After undergoing a two-week intensive competency-based training, 785 students will graduate today under the National Training and Productivity Centre’s Sustainable Livelihood Project at Kalabu and Wailoku Villiage in Suva.
The SLP is a Fiji Government funded initiative delivered by the Fiji National University.
NTPC Director- Dr Isimeli Tagicakiverata says the purpose of the project is to empower communities with the necessary skills to uplift their everyday lives.
Kalabu Village participant -Pio Botea, who accessed the Domestic Solarification course, says the training has helped him broaden his skills as he now can fit and maintain solar products.
The project has been providing rural, maritime and informal communities free access to 16 different training courses since 2012.