Stretem Rod Blong Jastis provides support for vocational study. To date we have had some inquiries, but we wanted to remind everyone about the process for taking advantage of this opportunity.

SRBJ have now developed a process where staff from the Justice and Community Services sector can make an application to secure funding for vocational study by completing and submitting an Individual Application for Part Time Vocational Study.

The application must be justified on the basis of clear links between the individual's training needs and the proposed vocational or professional education. The application also requires management endorsement.

Please note that the application must be received at least 2-4 weeks prior to the due date for enrollment fee payments. This date depends on the chosen course and institution so please check carefully. Note also that the institution will have its own admission procedures that you will need to fulfill.

Once an application is received by SRBJ, it will be assessed along with other applications as part of a competitive process and applicants will be advised promptly of the results.

Staff from across the Justice and Community Services sector can consider this opportunity, and investigate the range of vocational and professional education offerings from Vanuatu Institute of Technology, USP, APTC and others.

To assist you, please see the links below:

2) Courses offered by Vanuatu Institute of Technology: http://vit.edu.vu
3) Courses offered by Australia Pacific Technical College APTC: http://www.aptc.edu.au

We can also provide details of the following USP professional diplomas:

a. The Professional Diploma in Legal Practice click here
b. The Professional Diploma in Legislative Drafting click here

For any inquiries, copies of USP course information and to receive a copy of the Application Form please contact MJCS Capacity Development Coordinator, Louise Nasak
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