40 YOUNG CHIEFS AT LEADERSHIP TRAINING COURSE
Roko Tui Nadroga/Navosa Semi Kuru said all these young chiefs would be leading their villages in the near future.
There are 40 young chiefs from the Nadroga/Navosa province taking part in the Leadership Training Course at Nadave. Roko Tui Nadroga/Navosa Semi Kuru said all these young chiefs would be leading their villages in the near future. He said the course would be for six weeks. However, the Roko Tui Nadroga/Navosa said after two weeks there would be a four weeks break for all the participants.
He said they would go back to their villages to practice what they had learned from Nadave.
“After four weeks they will go back to Nadave for another two weeks before they have another four weeks break and this will be the same programme for the last two weeks of their course,” he said.
In the programme Mr Kuru said the young chiefs would cover the types of leadership in the vanua, delivering decisions, working out decisions, proper use of natural resources and monitoring the church, vanua and government activities.
The iTaukei Affairs Board confirmed that the course had been attended by young chiefs from Tailevu, Rewa and Ba. This course would also be attended by young chiefs from the remaining 10 provinces.
The curriculum for the course is prepared by the Ministry, of iTaukei Affairs Board and the iTaukei Trust Fund and chaired by Ms Apolonia Tamata the iTaukei Trust Fund Senior Language and Culture Specialist.