The careers workshop provides the right platform for careers teachers to equip them with correct information and guidance to students as they play a critical role in helping students achieve their full potential and build fulfilling and enduring careers.
This was highlighted by the Fiji National University Head of Naduna Campus Pradeep Lal during the careers workshop who says with their expertise and dedication, careers teachers empower students to dream big, work smart, and make their mark.
Lal says the teachers in the northern division can help students become successful people in their lives as this workshop has equipped them with the right knowledge and skills to counsel students in choosing the right career path.
Meanwhile, Teacher Samulea Vadei from Saqani High School, who woke up at 4 am to embark on a journey of over 80 kilometers to attend the 2023 FNU Careers Teachers’ Workshop says he learned more about the opportunities available for his students and how he can assist them in their career path and enrollment process at FNU.
Vadei says this workshop will allow students to access information about the range of courses offered at the Labasa Campus, without the need to travel to Suva.
The FNU Manager Outreach Vishal Lal emphasized that for FNU to achieve its aim of enabling all students to access quality education, the university must provide the right knowledge on programs, courses, enrollment processes, and other services as this will not only benefit the students but also contribute to the growth and development of the university.
Ahmadiyya Muslim College Principal Mashud Ali who has 16 years of experience in teaching says this is also very informative and beneficial for the students whereby they will be able to disseminate information needed for a student to choose their subject combination, programs, and how to fill forms.
FNU also gives chance to Year 11 students who drop out of the school system where they can do certificate-level programs and climb up the ladder.
Teachers in the Maritime zones can also join the virtual session on April 5 from 9 am to 11 am.
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