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One Story - Many Lives

Avikash Singh is an emerging talent in the culinary industry in the Pacific. He is one of the many outstanding graduates trained by the Australia-Pacific Technical College, an Australian Government initiative delivering Technical Vocational Education and Training to Pacific people. Avikash graduated in 2011 with a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery qualification, and is part of the growing APTC alumni of over 10,600 graduates. He believes that his APTC training has had a major impact on his career.

 


 

 

APTC Building Hope

The Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) is the proud recipient of the 2013 Pacific Human Rights Award, one of only four organisations and two individuals selected from across the region to be recognised for their outstanding work and contribution towards advancing the human rights of Pacific Islanders and their communities. The biennial award is presented by the Regional Rights and Resource Team under SPC.

This short video submission by APTC titled "Building Hope" highlights the dynamic partnership between APTC, the Samoa Adventist Disaster Relief Agency (ADRA) and the local community. Together they built shelter for 200 of the 'most severely disadvantaged' families in Samoan villages in the South West of Upolu Island, following the devastation caused by Cyclone Evan in December 2012.

 


 

 

APTC Carpentry students assist in TC Winston recovery efforts

Efforts by APTC carpentry students to help Fijians rebuild their homes was featured in Fiji TV's Close Up program on Sunday 20 March 2016. Fiji TV travelled to Rakiraki to film and interview students and their trainers as they undertook repair work to houses damaged by Cyclone Winston.

APTC students will continue contributing towards relief efforts to help families and communities who have been affected by TC Winston.

 


 

 

The European Union's AMPSP Programme

This brief documentary provides information about the European Union's Accompanying Measures for Sugar Protocol (AMSP) Programme. It also features training provided by the EU-funded Training Support for Sugar Industry Project (2014-2017), which resulted from an agreement of delegated co-operation between the EU and the Australian Government in 2014. Under this agreement, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade engaged the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) to deliver training to those in the Fiji sugar industry. Video provided courtesy of EU.

2015 European Union

 


 

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