KAVANAGASAU College cadets have been urged to learn from Fiji's icon Iliesa Delana.
Addressing the school's cadet parade in the presence of Delana, divisional education officer Western Lorima Voravora told the 165 cadets to learn from Fiji's golden boy that nothing was impossible with a willing heart.
Mr Voravora said Delana had achieved what most could only dream of and his achievements should be an inspirational lesson to all students.
"We are grateful that Mr Delana is present for this pass-out parade," he said.
"He is an icon to look to for young people to strive for higher things as what Mr Delana achieved, no other in Fiji or in the South Pacific had ever achieved."
Mr Voravora also challenged students to make good use of the lessons they learnt from the cadet program.
"Cadet training program instills and adapts a student to any environment.
"It teaches us discipline, obedience and commitments.
"It also teaches teamwork and develops in us listening skills to act upon instructions and be the best in any given assignments." Mr Voravora also commended the teachers and the Fiji Police Force for a successful passing out parade.
"This is just the second year for the school to take up cadets and I must commend the teachers, students, parents and all those that contributed to this successful display," he said.