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THE JOURNEY OF THE PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE BALI, part 2

The first group of students started in October 2016 at the PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE ( PEC ) One group of 15 students had finished junior/ senior Highschool. That is why they could come every day to The PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE  ( PEC ) at 10 AM for 2 hours English- and 2 hours Computer class. These were the intensive students.

THE JOURNEY OF THE PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE BALI

HOW IT ALL STARTED : The Foundation is pleased to have partnered with Rumah Sehat to build a Vocational Training Centre in Eastern Bali to teach Basic English, Computer skills & job interview skills to obtain work in the local Tourist Industry. The journey on this project started in July 2015 when contact was made

Rumah Sehat students visit Lempuyang Temple – written by students

On Sunday the 18th of December 2016 all the students from Rumah Sehat travelled by motor bike to visit Lempuyang Temple. It was a beautiful cloudy day but it was also very hot. On the drive I saw a spectacular view of mountains and beautiful green trees. The drive was steep and the roads were

Update from Cara McInerney Rumah Sehat

Hello Everyone, I hope you are doing well. School has started at Rumah Sehat and the students have been working hard for a month now learning English with myself, Linda and Ping, and using the fantastic computer resources you donated with Putu. We have 38 students currently studying at Rumah Sehat. We have two groups

Rumah Sehat English Academic & Computer Course

In August 2015 The Priscilla Hall Foundation had found an excellent location to establish a Vocational Training Centre in Bali at a existing Rotary Australia World Community Service project at Rumah Sehat . We would like to introduce to you one of our teachers I Wayan Putu Eka Riavana. I Wayan Putu Eka Riayana is

WHY IS COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE SO IMPORTANT

We’ve probably all realized that the working world is getting more competitive, requiring a person with an updated set of skills. That is why a second  Vocational Training Centre is being established in Bali to give the opportunity to students from disadvantaged and destitute families to learn and update their skills in order to more easily get
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