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New skills for staff

Priya Chand
Friday, December 21, 2012

Students of the Fiji National University (FNU) School of Automobile Engineering will now have a better grasp of practical skills essential in the automobile industry after school staff members received training from one of the biggest car companies in France. The staff were trained by Groupement National pours la Formation Automobile (GNFA).

GNFA company director, Formation and Development Zone, Christian Dumant said the objective of this training was to upskill the staff who taught automotive engineering at the university so that students could learn from highly skilled educators.

"This will help students gain better knowledge and skills and have better opportunities for success in the workplace," he said.


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