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Seven-month certificate training programme commences

The 48th regional training in Applied Community Development Studies began on 15th March at CETC. For the next seven months, 32 female participants from 16 of SPC’s member countries and territories will learn new ideas, strategies and skills in order to reach a professional level. The women are enrolled in the Community Development Management Programme and the Community Development Enterprise Programme. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Captain John Hogan, SPC Director of the Economic Development Division, wished the participants a productive seven months’ training.

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SPC’s Community Education Training Centre (CETC) Signs MOU to boost human resource development

CETC – The Secretariat of the Pacific Community’s Community Education Training Centre (CETC) will be signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Vanuatu National Training Council (VNTC) to provide accredited courses that Vanuatu training providers including rural training centres can have access to.

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Japanese Ship for World Youth visits CETC - 5 February 2011

The Community Education Training Centre (CETC) welcomed youths from around the world who came to Fiji on board the cruise liner MV Fuji Maru as part of a Japanese government-funded international youth exchange programme. The Department of Youth and Sports in Fiji’s Ministry of Education, National Heritage, Culture and Arts, Youth and Sports selected the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, specifically CETC, as one of the organisations to be visited by the youths from 13 participating countries for the 23rd Ship for World Youth programme to enable the youths to understand the importance of vocational training and how it can be used to sustain natural resources and cultural heritage.

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To be a regional Pacific Center of Excellence in Community Development, offering flexible, relevant and responsive human development approaches and services to SPC's members.


To support Pacific Island Countries and Territories Community Development Sector to actively and productively engage in sustainable development activities on behalf of their communities.