Tools boosts University learning

The National University of Samoa (N.U.S) received refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment estimated to have cost $40,000 yesterday. 

Donated by the Australia-Pacific Technical College (A.P.T.C), the handover took place at the N.U.S refrigeration and air-conditioning Training centre. 

Country Manager of A.P.T.C Samoa, Pat Vella presented the donation to the N.U.S Vice Chancellor, Professor, Le’apai Asofou So’o. 

The resources will assist the N.U.S with its ongoing delivery of the Refrigeration and Air-conditioning trade training programme in Samoa. 

The resources included large and small equipment as well as consumable items related to the repair and installation of refrigeration and air-conditioning appliances.

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