Producing competent graduates key for universities: Burchell

: (L-R) Permanent Secretary for Education, Heritage and Arts-Alison Burchell with CMNHS Associate Dean Research- Dr Donald Wilson, CMNHS Dean Dr William May, FNU PVC Learning & Teaching-Prof James Pounder and CMNHS Associate Dean Learning and Teaching Dr Timaima Tuiketei during the conference. Picture: SUPPLIED

INITIATIVES that will help improve the standards and outcomes of learning and teaching delivery are important because producing competent graduates is key for universities. Ministry of Education permanent secretary Alison Burchell made this comment while officiating at the opening of the┬áPasifika Best Practice Health Professions Education Symposium (PBPHPES) that is being held at the Pearl […]

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