Six Fi­jian Car­pen­ters Im­press NZ Gov­ern­ment

Two con­sid­ered for fore­man roles

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The six Fi­jian pi­lot car­pen­ters that were de­ployed to New Zealand ear­lier this month for the re­build­ing of Christchurch were com­mended by their em­ployer, Pa­cific Trust Can­ter­bury and the Min­istry of Busi­ness, In­no­va­tion and Em­ploy­ment (MBIE), New Zealand (NZ) for their good work ethics, ded­i­ca­tion and meet­ing NZ stan­dards. This scheme was ar­ranged through part­ner­ship be­tween the Min­istry of Em­ploy­ment, Fiji and the Min­istry of Busi­ness, In­no­va­tion and Em­ploy­ment of New Zealand.

The Fi­jian car­pen­ters re­ceived pos­i­tive re­marks from MBIE and Pa­cific Trust of­fi­cials just af­ter com­plet­ing one month em­ploy­ment which is an as­ton­ish­ing achieve­ment and also sig­ni­fies the firm as­sess­ment and se­lec­tion made by both Gov­ern­ments. Due to their hard work and ded­i­ca­tion, two of the team mem­bers are be­ing con­sid­ered for fore­man po­si­tions which speaks highly of the cal­i­bre of our pi­lot work­ers. The Fi­jian Gov­ern­ment through the Min­is­ter for In­dus­try, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Sid­diq Koya who vis­ited the pi­lot work­ers on Wed­nes­day, em­pha­sised to the Can­ter­bury pi­lot work­ers the im­por­tance of bring­ing back home the skills ac­quired and shar­ing it with other work­ers be it through train­ings or en­trepreneur­ship. Min­is­ter Koya was ac­com­pa­nied by the Per­ma­nent Sec­re­tary for Em­ploy­ment Sala­seini Daunabuna and di­rec­tor Na­tional Em­ploy­ment Cen­tre dur­ing his vis­i­ta­tion to the Fi­jian pi­lot Car­pen­ters in Can­ter­bury, New Zealand. Source: DEPTFO News

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