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Congratulation Ropate Pareti

Congratulations to the Australian Institute of Company Directors Fiji Directors Course February 2019 scholarship recipient Ropate Pareti. Mr Pareti is a procurement officer with the National Fire Authority. He attended
15 Feb 2019 21:36
Congratulation Ropate Pareti
Ropate Pareti

Congratulations to the Australian Institute of Company Directors Fiji Directors Course February 2019 scholarship recipient Ropate Pareti.

Mr Pareti is a procurement officer with the National Fire Authority.

He attended the recent three day AICD workshop that was held at Suva’s Grand Pacific Hotel.

On June 10 – 14, ACID will hold for the first time its International Company Directors Course in Nadi, which is currently held in Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai and Shanghai. Strengthening level course.

About the Institute

Australian Institute of Company Directors is a not-for-profit membership organisation for directors. The AICD is a founding member of the Global Network of Director Institutes

The AICD International Scholarship Programme, offers full scholarship places to its International Company Directors Course and Fiji Directors Course.

The purpose of the programme is to provide opportunity for good governance training to individuals and companies that are unable to attend due to financial constraints.

Recipients must be aspiring directors, directors or community leaders with an annual turnover of less than AU$2 million.

Next round will open in May for courses held July – December 2019.

Koro Sun Resort floating bures

It’s good to hear that Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa has taken successful measures to ensure that its floating bures withstand cyclones.

During the height of Cyclone Winston the floating bures were torn from their moorings and dragged out to sea by the huge waves and surging waters that enveloped the marina and reef.

They remained mostly intact and stayed afloat whilst being pounded by the severe conditions and eventually found their way to be washed back to shore a few kilometres away.

Only one out of the eight were smashed by the waves and never to be seen again.

The bures were repaired where they lay and eventually floated back into the marina and installed for the second time.

Successful measures have been taken to ensure there is no repeat of the Winston damage and they have no further instances where they find themselves in a fight with nature.

Feedback: maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj



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