Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) has partnered with the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) this year, to roll out NSL’s free Financial Literacy Training (FLT) to the over 6,000 officers and staff of the RPNGC across the Country.
The FLT program is delivered by fully certified NSL officers and covers five modules that cover the following topics:
- Module 1 – Taking Charge of Personal Finances
- Module 2 – NSL Superannuation Products and Services
- Module 3 – Planning for Retirement
- Module 4 – Buying Your Own Home
- Module 5 – Financial Literacy Skills for MSMEs
This year, NSL has trained 218 RPNGC officers and staff from Port Moresby and Buka. The participants completed modules 1 to 3 of the FLT where they learned to develop valuable skills needed to improve their financial well-being.
NSL Chief Executive Officer, Mr Paul Sayer commended the RPNGC for prioritising the well-being of their workforce by partnering with NSL to deliver this valuable training.
“We are pleased that the RPNGC has taken the initiative to empower their staff with this training, allowing them to develop useful financial management skills that they can utilise in their daily lives to build a better future for themselves and their families”, Mr Sayer said.
“The over 6,000 RPNGC employees perform an important role in ensuring that all Papua New Guineans can feel safe in their communities and live productive peaceful lives. As such, we aim to continue building on this partnership to ensure we are doing our part to support our hard-working Police officers and staff.”
“The RPNGC employees join more than 3,700 Nambawan Super Members, from both the Private and Public Sectors, trained by NSL in 2022. All our Members have access to and are welcome to attend this fully certified FLT course”, Mr Sayer added.
RPNGC Acting Assistant Commissioner, Human Resources Division, Mr Samson Siguyaru welcomed the roll-out of the program and remarked that this was the first time an organisation has partnered with the Constabulary to deliver a comprehensive FLT for all RPNGC employees.
“Firstly, I would like to thank NSL for the great opportunity given through this training for its Members, especially with Police from all ranks and files given access to the FLT”, Mr Siguyaru stated.
“Secondly, the RPNGC is serious about developing its members at all levels, including those that will be exiting the organization through retirement.”
“On behalf of Police Management, HR Division under my command, we will continue to roll out programs that give purpose to our officers, to serve our people, our visitors, and the Country with full capacity and commitment”, Mr Siguyaru added.
Private and Public Sector Members are encouraged to register for the training through the NSL website at https://www.nambawansuper.com.pg/financial-literacy-training/