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22 Feb

VIT’s new Website is Live!

Supported by a leading Vanuatu digital consultancy, VIT is pleased to announce it’s new modern website is now live! After considerable planning of website features and requirements, VIT’s new website provides the perfect vehcile to communicate with the whole community, including parents and students, on an ongoing basis. Acting Principal Mr Wade Evans commented… “Our […]

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5 Feb

VIT Head discloses 2021 plans

The Vanuatu Institute of Technology (VIT) has introduced the incorporation of 16 certificate level four programmes, which aligns with scholarship opportunities this year. Acting VIT Principal, Mr Wade Evans made the confirmation to the 96Buzz FM and Daily Post. He said the ‘full-ride’ into certificate level four on the table creates a powerful incentive for students […]

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2 Feb

VMF engineering officers to attend VIT trainings

The Acting Commander of the Vanuatu Mobile Force (VMF), Kalshem Bongran, has confirmed that the engineering training facilitated by the New Zealand (NZ) Defense Force for the VMF officers has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Although the opportunity in New Zealand has been blocked by the pandemic this year, VMF will be looking towards local institutions […]

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1 Feb

VIT’s Digital Portal is live

Via a joint partnership with a leading digital consultancy in Vanuatu, VIT has launched its new “VIT Digital Portal” supporting a range of new digital resources for VIT course programs. Demonstrating the flexibility of the new portal, the first programs to go live include recorded video professional development workshops for educators, to support hundreds of […]

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9 Jan

VIT committed to Tourism and Hospitality curriculum

The Tourism and Hospitality curriculum is still being offered in the Vanuatu Institute of Technology (VIT)’s 2021 academic program, despite the COVID-19 lockdown. While the tourism industry is affected by the reduction of regional and international visits, VIT believes the lockdown will soon be uplifted. “We cannot stop upskilling our workforce even though our borders are […]

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