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174 Graduate In Suva

Elenoa Waqabaca, 27, was the lone female who graduated with a Certificate III in Electro-Technology Electrician from the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) last Friday. It was an exciting moment for
08 Nov 2015 10:05
174 Graduate In Suva
From left Australian High Commissioner to Fiji Margaret Twomey,Elenoa Waqabaca with her Certificate III in Electro-technology Electrician and Australia -Pacific Technical College chief excutive officer at University of the South Pacific during graduation in Suva yesterday.

Elenoa Waqabaca, 27, was the lone female who graduated with a Certificate III in Electro-Technology Electrician from the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) last Friday.
It was an exciting moment for her when she received her certificate from the Australian High Commissioner to Fiji, Margaret Twomey.
The graduation was held at the University of the South Pacific.
She attended a six-month Electro-Technology Electrician course with 14 male students at the APTC in Samoa.
“I am so happy that I have successfully completed my course and have graduated,” she said.
She said it was not easy studying among male students.
“Despite the challenges, I managed to cope with them and my studies. I learned something new every day, faced problems, but would also be helped by the male students,” she said.
Ms Waqabaca said she always topped her class.
“My parents are proud and happy with my achievement.”
She enrolled in the course after studying at the Fiji National University (FNU) in 2013.
“I was so lucky to get a scholarship and study in Samoa. I want to continue my studies and broaden my knowledge in technology and electronics,” she said.

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