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Forty two officers of the Fiji Corrections Service (FCS)  graduated today after participating in an eight weeks Junior Non-Commissioned Officers course at the Naboro Corrections Academy.

Speaking to the officers during their parade this afternoon, Chief guest and Supervisor of Central Eastern Division of the FCS, Superintendent Kameli Ratuvakalevulevu said that it is imperative that the officers put into practice all that they have learnt during the eight weeks of intensive training.

“Consider yourselves fortunate to have been selected to attend the training because there is a need for you to learn more on your daily operational work in a more correct, organized and structured way.

“This training will certainly prepare you for critical leadership roles in administration and operational work within the FCS,” said Mr. Ratuvakalevulevu.

Corrections officer, Lusia Dakuwaqa also attended the training and says that she has really learnt a lot and hopes to incorporate it into her daily work as an officer of the FCS.

“I am grateful to be have been part of this training and it has really broadened my mind on the scopes of work that is being carried out in the department. I hope to play a vital role as well in taking the department forward in the years to come,” she smiled proudly.

The Fiji Corrections Service has come a long way and have been developing tremendously in its operations, administrations, logistical support, financial services, human resource and other support services which includes our welfare.

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