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.

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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.

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