i – CATS EXPLORES PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH CHARLTON BROWN COLLEGE

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i – CATS EXPLORES PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH CHARLTON BROWN COLLEGE

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Article by Freddie Francis
Corporate Communications Executive

International College of Advanced Technology Sarawak (i-CATS) in talks with Australia’s 2015 International Training Provider of the year to develop launch pad for exciting careers in Global Health Care.

Petra Jaya, Kuching (January 25th, 2016) – i-CATS welcomed a delegation from the Charlton Brown College, Australia at the new building of nursing school at Wisma Hamizan, recently.

The visit led by General Manager and Vice President of Charlton Brown, Ms. Petrina Fraccaro was part of the initiative to explore more about potential collaboration between two institutions as to develop a launch pad in Kuching which is a great jumpstart for students to take all-important step into promising careers especially in global health care. During the discussion, i-CATS Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi and his management team members also have presented an overview of i-CATS, in particular its ongoing effort to complement the state government in Human Capital Development and Nation Building. Besides that, the visitors were also given a short tour of the nursing facilities at i-CATS Kuching Utara, Wisma Hamizan. Joining Petrina were Mr. Morgan Lim and Mr.George Jong the representatives of Charlton Brown.

In Charlton Brown College, indeed a world of opportunities await those who wish to be part of the vibrant spectrum of health care services, in areas such as Early Childhood Care, Aged Care, Nursing and Welfare and Community services.

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Picture caption: From left, Mr. Morgan Lim, Mdm Catherine Pero (Head of School Nursing, i-CATS), Ms Petrina Fraccaro (General Manager and Vice President of CHARLTON BROWN COLLEGE), Mr. Mohamad Isham Bin Fauzi (CEO, i-CATS), Mr. George Jong and Mr. Stanley Gona (Registrar of i-CATS)


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