Bachelor of Technical Vocational Education and Training (University of Goroka)
Diploma of Technical Vocational Education and Training (University of Goroka)
Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (HBA Learning Centres)
Diploma of Applied Science (Lae Technical College – Now National Polytechnic Institute of PNG)
Certificate of Higher Technical Education in Science Technology (Lae Technical College Now National Polytechnic Institute of PNG)
PETT Certificate in Science Technology (Lae Technical College – Now National Polytechnic Institute of PNG)
Certificate in Terrestrial Biological Techniques (Wildlife Conservation Society - Goroka, Papua New Guinea)
Certificate in OHS Level 1, 2 and 3. (SEFTI Papua New Guinea)
Certificate in Occupational First Aid (Saint Johns Ambulance – Papua New Guinea)
Areas of Expertise
Occupational Health and Safety
University of Goroka
Eastern Highlands Province
Papua New Guinea
Phone: +675 531 1836
Anson Barish completed his bachelor degree program in Technical Vocational Education and Training at the University of Goroka. He also holds other diplomas; a diploma in Technical Vocational Education – University of Goroka, a diploma in Occupational Health and Safety from HBA Learning Centres, New South Wales, Australia; and a diploma in Applied Sciences from Lae Technical College now National Polytechnique Institute of PNG.
His qualifications are also accompanied by 10 other certificates.
Research Interest/ Background
Mycological research into culturing local indigenous mushroom on environmental wastes which are surplus such
as betelnut husks, coconut husks, coffee pulps, coffee parchments, rice hulls, saw dusts and etc..
Found a new mushroom at the foot of Mt. Otto in 2005 and was named after myself called; Lachnella ansonbarishii spp. after confirmation by German Mycological Society with the presence of American Mycological Society Chairman
Barish, A., (2013)., Culturing Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.) on Locally Surplus Biological Wastes, Journal of the Institute of Chemists, PNG, vol 5.
Barish, A., (2012).,Laboratory Results on Culturing Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.) on Locally Surplus - Biological Wastes, 5th Annual Science and Technology Conference, Poster Presentation, Pacific Adventist University.
Barish, A., (2010)., Laboratory Trail on Culturing Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.) on Locally Surplus Biological Wastes, 3rd Science and Technology Conference, Paper Presentation, Divine Word University ,.
Banda, J,K.,Barish, A., and Pooranalingam, J., (2005).,Medical Implications of Quantative Analysis of Drinking Water in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea, Journal of PNG Medical Research, vol 2,