NCC Staff

Written: 1 August 2022

Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) and the National Cultural Commission (NCC) are pleased with the results of their recent partnership which led to 37 NCC staff receiving their Certificates of Completion for Modules 1 to 3 of the FREE Nambawan Super Financial Literacy Training (FLT).

The Training has provided NCC staff with valuable skills needed to improve their financial wellbeing whilst they are working, and later in retirement.

NCC Executive Director Mr Steven Enomb Kilanda thanked Nambawan Super for offering this training noting that it is crucial to ensuring the financial wellbeing of NCC staff now and when they retire.

Mr Kilanda said, “I thank Nambawan Super for introducing and offering this service for free to their members, including the staff of the National Cultural Commission.”

“Financial literacy skills help everyday hard-working Papua New Guineans maintain a balanced and happy life through sound personal financial management and an improved savings culture.”

NSL Deputy CEO Mr Vere Arava said that the Nambawan Super FLT is another excellent initiative that isn’t about selling products but about holistically improving members’ personal financial skills and tools.

“Through Modules 1 to 3 of the NSL FLT, members can learn to utilise good personal financial practices; make the most of superannuation products; and plan for a comfortable retirement whilst also developing the skills needed to make an immediate difference to the way they save and invest their money”, he added.

“Our FLT trainers help participants better analyse their current financial health; develop realistic achievable budgets; recognise good and bad debts; develop strategies to reduce debt; and make smart investments into business or superannuation to earn returns for a better future.”

The staff of NCC join more than 900 members trained by NSL in 2022. NSL restarted delivery of the FLT free to members earlier this year after putting the program on hold in 2021 due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

All NSL members have access to and are welcome to attend this fully certified Financial Literacy Training course. Members are encouraged to register for the training through the NSL website at https://www.nambawansuper.com.pg/financial-literacy-training/

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