CARPENTRY, plumbing and wiring students at Asia Pacific Sustainable Development (APSD) rural training centre have learned from the Japanese funded project.
Speaking to Solomon Star, the Principal of APSD Rural Training centre John Mark Male said the project gives opportunity for his students to practically demonstrate and expose their skill and knowledge learned at APSD.
He said most students have performed very outstandingly and have acquired specific skills to build houses and do carpentry.
A student said he was very happy to utilize his carpentry skills in building the new staff house and ablution block.
“This project helps me to utilize and expose my learning and confidence on building.” a student said.
Meanwhile, APSD management has saluted its trade students for outstanding performance in completing the staff building and ablution block.
“The manpower and building work is the fruit of this school. These buildings are efforts of these students” The principal said.
In a similar vein Solomon Islands Association of Vocational Rural Training Centres (SIAVRTC) have highly commended students of APSD rural training centre for their contribution in building the new staff house and ablution block.
By SOLOMON LOFANA