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Youth graduate after repair training in Savusavu

minfo news On Friday saw the presentation certificates for Small Engine Repair Training to 13 young Fijians at the Naqere Training Centre in Savusavu. The Ministry of Youth and Sports
10 Mar 2014 12:38
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On Friday saw the presentation certificates for Small Engine Repair Training to 13 young Fijians at the Naqere Training Centre in Savusavu.
 The Ministry of Youth and Sports Acting Principal Youth Officer for Research, Policy, Planning and Information Unit Philip Hereniko officiated at the event and informed the graduates that nothing in life comes easy.
 “As you exit Naqere, go out and continue to learn and expand your horizons.”
 Participant Asel Daniel, 20 alsohighlighted that this training can allow him to teach those in his community on the training he received.
 “It was hard being away from home in the first two days but now it’s hard to live this learning environment and these group of boys whom we have built a bond.”
 Meanwhile, also graduating from Naqere were 12 participants under the Basic Beauty Care/ Therapy Training.
 Sarojni Chand a mother of two said the six weeks training was an eye opener for her. She has decided after the training to open her own beauty care business from her home in Naqere.
 “I was always eager to learn and now I have been awarded a certificate to further my dreams, thanks to the Ministry.”
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