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Graduate Vehicle Inspectors Told To Be Honest, Maintain Integrity

Maintaining integrity was the key message during the graduation ceremony of the Professional Vehicle Inspec­tors. The timely message was from the Land Transport Authority (LTA) general manager for Technical Operations,
24 May 2018 11:00
Graduate Vehicle Inspectors Told  To Be Honest, Maintain Integrity
LTA General Manager Technical Operations Faiyum Ali with the graduates of the Professional Certificate in Vehicle Inspection course

Maintaining integrity was the key message during the graduation ceremony of the Professional Vehicle Inspec­tors.

The timely message was from the Land Transport Authority (LTA) general manager for Technical Operations, Faiyum Ali, who was the chief guest during the gradua­tion ceremony of the Professional Vehicle Inspectors at the Fiji Na­tional University last week in Suva.

Fifteen new Professional Vehi­cle Inspectors graduated with a certificate, after the completion of the six weeks course at the Fiji National University.

Speaking at the graduation cer­emony, Mr Ali relayed to the grad­uates, real life situations where their integrity could be put to the test.

“You must do your work as an honest Professional Vehicle In­spector with high integrity,” Mr Ali said.

“This is a firm reminder to all of you graduating Professional Vehicle Inspectors, you must work within the ambit of the law and as per the guidelines and require­ments of the legislation, codes of practice, policy and procedures.”

Furthermore, Board chairperson Vijay Maharaj passed on his con­gratulatory message to the gradu­ates.

“I wish to pass my heartfelt con­gratulations to these graduates, on the same note I wish to remind these graduates to always work hard and smart to achieve high levels of success in their careers,” Mr Maharaj said.

“Always remember to do the right thing because the lives of the ve­hicle owners and other road users will be in your hands when you make the decision to either pass or fail a vehicle. Professional Ve­hicle Inspectors must ensure that safety is paramount when making these decisions,” Mr Maharaj ad­ditionally stated.

The LTA recently signed con­tracts with eight automotive com­panies to be the Authorised Mo­tor Vehicle Inspection Agencies therefore, the 15 graduates have good opportunities to explore their careers with them.

The eight motor vehicle inspection agents are:

– Asco Motors

– Carpenters

– Motor Management

– Dee Ace

– Millennium Nadi,

– Millennium Lautoka

– Quick Stop

– Kings Way

Source: LTA

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