Welcome to Divine Word University Flexible Learning Center (FLC), Madang Campus.
The Center was established in 2013 as an alternate pathway for offering tertiary education to the working class officers who are unable to enroll full time due to work commitments or personal reasons. The FLC provides an excellent opportunity for upgrading knowledge, skills and qualifications.
The Center plays an important role in providing administrative support for lecturers and students in DWU faculty flexible learning programs. Our key responsibilities include: front line client support, vetting and screening of applications, coordinating enrollment, ensure academic records are properly maintained for all current and former participants, transcript production and dissemination and logistical support on behalf of the faculties:
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Business and Informatics
Our dedicated team ensures that all logistical support is given to the participants when they travel in for the residential component of 2–3 weeks. Upon arrival, our Student Support Officer will be there to meet the participants, provide necessary assistance and ensure that they settle well in their rooms.
Orientation for all new participants begin on the first day of lectures. Included in the orientation session is a tour around campus. We make sure our participants arrive safely on campus, settle into their residential areas and look forward to commencing lectures.
Thank you for choosing Divine Word University. We hope you enjoy your academic journey with us.
Mr Jimmy Mairanji
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Faculty of Business and Informatics
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) - International
DWU signed an MOU with IPAM which would support IPAM in its training needs, both staff and public service development. The MOU also supports the delivery of Diploma in Human Resource Management to the Public Service officers in Solomon Islands.
Public Sector Workforce Development Program (PSWDP) - National
The PSWDP was developed by the Department of Personnel Management to help improve the performance of public administration in Papua New Guinea by strengthening the capabilities of public service organizations.
Department of Justice & Attorney General - National
The Diploma in Justice Administration was designed to prepare law enforcement officers to deliver timely, independent, fair, efficient and effective prosecution and related services to the people of Papua New Guinea. The program was developed by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in partnership with Department of Justice and the Attorney General.
Most are clients but the companies mentioned have been consistent with training their staff through the university programs overtime.
1. Ok Tedi Mining Limited
2. PNG Customs
3. Department of Education
4. Oil Search Limited
5. PNG Power Limited
6. Strongim Pipol Strongim Nason
7. National Broadcasting Centre
8. Internal Revenue Commission
9. PNG Fire Services
10. PNG Ports Corporation
11. Marist Brothers PNG
12. Barrick Niugini Ltd
13. Newcrest Mining Ltd
14. Bank South Pacific
15. Cocoa Cola Amatil
16. Department of Finance and Treasury
17. Department of Justice and Attorney General
1. East New Britain Provincial Administration
2. Western Provincial Administration
3. Morobe Provincial Administration
4. New Ireland Provincial Administration
5. Madang Provincial Government
6. East Sepik Provincial Administration