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Monday, October 02, 2006

To'abaitan offered training opportunity with Port Moresby ANZ Bank in PNG

A To'abaita person and USP graduate who is currently working in the Business Center of the ANZ Bank in Honiara has been offered work attachment and training with the ANZ Bank in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

He is Mr Walter Waneoroa who hails from Faubuli Village in the North Malaita Constituency in Solomon Islands.

Mr Walter Waneoroa is expected to leave for Papua New Guinea shortly to undertake a 2 months work attachment and training beginning this month and ending in early December. His current attachment and training is purposely aimed at broadening his knowledge and experience in his field of work which is the Foreign Currency (FX) Markets and Treasury. Mr Waneoroa's training with the Port Moresby ANZ Bank will be funded by the Solomon Islands ANZ Bank. He is expected back in the Solomon Islands in early December 2006.

Walter Waneoroa is the current secretary of the TARD Steering Committee in Solomon Islands who are entrusted to advance and progress the goals and activities of TARD in Solomon Islands. Upon his departure, an assistant secretary will take up his roles. Mr Waneoroa is a graduate from the University of the South Pacific in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Management and Education. He started working with the ANZ bank in 2003 untill now.

Therefore, the TARD Executive on behalf of all North Malaita people would like to express our sincere congratulations to Mr Walter Waneoroa for his current achievement that will bring great benefits and capacity building to to the nation and particularly North malaita's human resource base. We hope this will inspire our upcoming students and people to work hard and excel in their studies and jobs.

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