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Students Grasp Opportunity To Learn

Fiji National University (FNU) ivil Engineering students on attachment with Fulton Hogan Hiways said they were grateful for the wealth of work experience provided. The cadet engineers, Marcus Varea and
02 Sep 2018 10:00
Students Grasp Opportunity To Learn
Fulton Hogan Hiways Quality Assurance Officer Anesh Prasad observes technical assistants Josese Delai and Marcus Varea at work during their site visit to Kiuva in Tailevu recently. Photo: Fulton Hogan Hiways

Fiji National University (FNU) ivil Engineering students on attachment with Fulton Hogan Hiways said they were grateful for the wealth of work experience provided.

The cadet engineers, Marcus Varea and Josese Delai, are on attachment at the Fulton Hogan Hiways Samabula Depot Maintenance Department.

Mr Varea, 23, is in his final year of pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and is working as a Technical Assistant to manager Rural East, Elifasi Kirikiti.

30-year-old Mr Delai is pursuing his Diploma in Civil Engineering and is working as a Technical Assistant to Rural West Area manager Asheesh Chand.

The new student intake is a follow up to previous successful attachments of FNU students with the roading company.

Mr Kirikiti said attachees are coached through the processes relevant to their roles and how they impact the business.

The cadet engineers agreed that the four months they had so far with FHHJV have been a ‘great and the best learning experience’, because they not only spent time in the office, but also went out in the field to work sites.

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