Members of Nadi Chamber of Commerce & Industry pose for a group photo after completing their free training in Microsoft Word at the FNU Namaka Campus on Friday, June 19. Photo: SUPPLIED.
The Nadi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (NCCI) is delighted to team up with National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) of the Fiji National University in promoting training and productivity.
In what is believed to be the first of its kind, sixteen members of NCCI took advantage of a one-day training on Microsoft Word at FNU Namaka Campus on Friday, June 19.
NTPC Director Kamlesh Prakash who recently met with chamber officials during a business forum has offered free ‘method B’ training to members in an attempt to encourage training and productivity initiatives in the Jet-Set town.
Mr Prakash confirmed NTPC will provide free-of-charge training to chamber members on six different subjects irrespective of the number of participants who sign-up for the courses.
NTPC Manager Randhir Charan has also offered heavily subsidized courses for other technical fields such as welding, plumbing, construction and much more.
“NCCI commends FNU for introducing such incentives which will form the basis to improve performances at workplaces,” NCCI president Dr Ram Raju said.
“We encourage all members to take advantage of such incentives from our national university,” DrRajuadded.
NCCI is now in the process of seeking expressions of interest from members who wish to enroll for the second course – Handling Difficult People. The chamber is working closely with NTPC to finalize the date for the next free training.