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More Than 60 At National Trainers Conference

The Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre hosted the first National Trainers Conference opening yesterday. Held at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi, more than 60 participants from
10 Jul 2015 09:44
More Than 60 At National Trainers Conference
Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre director Kamlesh Prakash.

The Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre hosted the first National Trainers Conference opening yesterday.

Held at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi, more than 60 participants from 40 different companies attended the event.

NTPC director, Kamlesh Prakash, was pleased to note the support and recognition given to this two day conference.

“I am happy to say our industry discussions forums are effective and given importance by you all as the forum is an annual event of the centre,” he said.

“The feedback from industry has been very critical for us in maintaining the quality and standard of programs and services.

“It is then we are able to formulate and customize in-house programs according to your demands.”

The post and pre-course evaluations are done to determine standards of the trainers for being well qualified with industry experience.

“Fiji has been very fortunate that our training has been driven by the National Act,” Mr Prakash said.

“So some 42 years later we are very rich in so far as training, development and infrastructure of Fiji is concerned.

“The seeds that were planted then are breaking the fruits in terms of the knowledge and skill base that the industries in Fiji today have.

“We have a very vibrant and brick system so our interest must be to actually come together and discuss all the challenges and the opportunities before us so we can elevate the relevance and the appropriateness of the training.

“The centre is placing strong emphasis on the development of market-led, commercialised, efficient, competitive and dynamic training standards.

“We are very conscious that this event is principally designed to strengthen the dialogue, cooperation and exchange of knowledge and ideas among participants.

“I am confident that we will witness positive developments and steps forward to fulfill the objective of this conference.”

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