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NTPC TO HOST NATIONAL TRAINERS CONFERENCE

More than 200 delegates com­prising of industry profession­als and Human Resources and Training experts will converge at the Pearl South Pacific Resort in Pacific Harbour for the Fiji National University’s
19 Jun 2018 10:13
NTPC TO HOST NATIONAL TRAINERS CONFERENCE

More than 200 delegates com­prising of industry profession­als and Human Resources and Training experts will converge at the Pearl South Pacific Resort in Pacific Harbour for the Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity 4th National Trainers Conference (NTC) next week. The two-day conference will feature a strong line-up of speakers who will share their experiences, perspectives, insights, success sto­ries and the latest business training developments with participants. Some of the overseas consultants that will feature at this high-level meet are Paul Barett, Group HR Manager for CJ Patel, Warwick MacCormack, Founder and Director of New Zealand based training institute Learn.fast, Mayur Kalbag, a leading international trainer from India, Roger La Salle an ABC TV and TED regular, creator of Matrix Thinking, Mark Stitt, Australian based FIT expert, Craig Sims, Chief Executive Officer for Asco Motors and Australian based psychometric expert Beth Sketcher. The theme for this year’s National Trainer’s Conference is “Focused Training – the Global Scope”. NTPC Director Isimeli Tagicakiverata said given its role as the organisation that develops and provides train­ing to the nation’s workforce, it’s important for organisation to keep updated with the global training and human resource development trends. Hence events such as NTC provide employers and senior HR person­nel to listen to best practices and also share their experiences on how they have been able to overcome some of the challenges in the workplace to ensure the organisa­tions end result is achieved. He said NTPC has a duty to ensure that the trainings are practical, relevant and meet the specific industry needs. At the same time, it ensures that the trainings designed mirror the current practices in the industry and skills acquired are seen as rele­vant by all stakeholders concerned. Mr Tagicakiverata also mentioned that the training and development landscape has gone through many changes in form, shape and size and these all constitute the trans­formation and the restructuring of the training systems in Fiji.

Source: Fiji National University

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