NMI Graduates Recognized for Perfect Scores
31 October 2019
The Nemangkawi Mining Institute truly prepares its students for future success, and here’s the proof: 158 of PTFI employees and contractors who achieved 100 percent in workplace competency scores also graduated from NMI’s apprenticeship program.
Achmad Didi Ardianto, Director-Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Security, congratulated them and presented certificates for their perfect score accomplishment at a recent gathering. He was accompanied by Soleman Faluk, Senior Manager- Nemangkawi.
“The NMI graduates have the ability, knowledge and expertise to succeed in the workplace, and we are proud of all you and your success,” Ardianto said.
Samuel Korowa, a graduate and an employee receiving a certificate, thanked PTFI and NMI for providing the opportunity to build their careers. “Without what we learned in the program, my friends and I would not be where we are today and be able to work for the company,” he said.
The gathering also was a reunion of sorts for employees – mechanics, electrical workers, welders, operators and others – who had graduated from the program.
PTFI created and fully funded NMI in 2003 to ensure indigenous Papuans have access to the technical training needed to become employees.. Since then, the Institute has graduated more than 2,100 students who have been placed into permanent employee and contractor positions. More than 90 percent are Papuan. This is in addition to providing training to more than 3,800 apprentices.
Participants in the program receive classroom instruction and on-the-job training managed by NMI in accordance with Indonesian Mining regulations and Labor Department regulations. (Hendrikus)
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