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22 Officers Undergo Leadership Training

Twenty-two officers of the Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) are currently undergoing a six-week Leadership Course at the Naboro Academy, aimed at nurturing leaders for the institution. The Principal Corrections Officer
27 May 2017 17:18
22 Officers Undergo Leadership Training
Reverend Waisale Ketedromo, the Talatala Qase of the Wasewase Nabua (left), and Commissioner of Corrections, Commander Francis Kean on April 2017. Photo: Fiji Corrections Service

Twenty-two officers of the Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) are currently undergoing a six-week Leadership Course at the Naboro Academy, aimed at nurturing leaders for the institution.

The Principal Corrections Officer (PCO) and Chief Corrections Officer (CCO) Leadership Course is part of the Commissioner’s vision to enhance learning and improve the leadership skills of the officers in order build a well-established and strong institution.

Also included in the training are some Corrections Officers Class A (COA) identified by the Commissioner of Corrections, Commander Francis Kean and six cadet officers.

The training was opened recently by the FCS chaplain, Reverend Josefa Tikonatabua, who highlighted that the strength of an institution depended on its leaders.

“Developing and nurturing potential leaders is the most challenging assignment, because when we grow a leader we grow our institutions,” Reverend Tikonatabua said.

“The strength of any institutions is a direct result of the strength of its leaders. “Weak leaders equal weak institutions. Strong leaders equal strong institutions.

“Everything rises and falls on leadership.”

Reverend Tikonatabua said nurturing had the ability to transform people’s life.

 

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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