Ok Tedi Mining Limited

In a recent announcement, Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) has welcomed 22 new apprentices to its renowned Apprenticeship Training Program, emphasizing the importance of skills development and career opportunities for Papua New Guineans. The program, established in 1989, has seen over 1,100 apprentices benefit from its holistic approach to training, focusing not only on technical skills but also on personal growth and leadership qualities. By investing in the future workforce of Papua New Guinea, OTML continues to play a vital role in bridging the skills gap and empowering individuals to contribute to the nation's growth and development. For more information on this impactful program, visit the official website linked above.

Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) Apprenticeship Training Program Welcomes 22 New Apprentices To Foster Skills And Opportunities

Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) recently welcomed 22 new apprentices to its Apprenticeship Training Program, highlighting its commitment to skill development and career opportunities for Papua New Guineans. Established in 1989, the program has benefited over 1,100 apprentices, focusing on technical skills, personal growth, and leadership qualities, thereby bridging the skills gap and empowering individuals for the nation’s growth and development.

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image of ms. Susan Joseph, who Speaks Out Against Alleged Sexual Harassment at the Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML), Country's Largest Mine, Company's Handling of Case Criticized

Ok Tedi Mining Limited News – Woman Speaks Out Against Alleged Sexual Harassment At Country’s Largest Mine, Company’s Handling Of Case Criticized

Ok Tedi Mining Limited News – Woman Speaks Out Against Alleged Sexual Harassment at Country’s Largest Mine, Company’s Handling of Case Criticized.

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