An experts from Netherlands has been engaged by the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission s to facilitate training programmes for the Competition and Compliance, Economic Regulation and Price Control and Monitoring Departments.
Annalies Outhuijse comes in with immense experience in the dispute settlement procedures and public enforcement of the cartel prohibition in Netherlands and has provided innumerable government department training’s on the same.
Outhuijse has also published articles on Dutch Competition Law, General Administrative Law, European Law, Environmental Law and Construction Law.
With her expertise, FCCC targets to address the knowledge gaps identified by the Departments as well as broaden the staff capacity allowing better overall performance and functionality.
The month-long trainings will focus on areas of restrictive trade practices which are covered under Part 6 of the FCCC Act 2010 and administered by the Competition and Compliance, Economic Regulation and Monitoring Departments.
The sessions will increase staff ability to readily identify offending practices and handle complex matters relating to restrictive and unfair trade practices.
It is envisaged that the training’s will up skill staff to recognise standards and best practices.
FCCC priorities staff training to ensure better and improved services to the members of the public.
The trainings will commence from Monday 7 May 2018 at the FCCC Head Office and Outhuijse will be assisted by Jaap Waverijn.