Bainimarama says once again, too many Fijian families were left mourning the deaths of their loved ones.The reception was attended by former Fiji residents, members of the British Armed Forces, rugby players, business people and students.Part of the Prime Minister’s delegation to the reception was the Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development and National Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu, the Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Koya, Fiji’s Climate Negotiator, Ambassador Luke Daunivalu, The Permanent Secretary Prime Minister’s Office Yogesh Karan, the Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Ioane Navailarua, the Governor of the Reserve Bank, Ariff Ali, and Fiji’s High Commissioner in London, Jitoko Tikolevu.The Fiji Matai Programme is the destination training programme for travel industry personnel involved in selling or promoting Fiji.If you do not complete the refresher module within the year, you will lose your Specialist status until such time as you do complete it.If any of your details change including your contact details or place of work, please update these in your Profile.
Anyone within the travel industry can become a Matai Specialist by completing the four online training modules.
Speaking at a reception hosted by the Fijian Community in the UK, Bainimarama urged everyone to make sure that they are registered to vote in the forthcoming election.
He also says they haven’t announced the date but it will be soon.
You will also need to complete two online refresher modules per annum to retain your specialist status.
You will receive the same benefits as a Matai Agent, plus: It will cost you nothing to enrol in the Matai programme, only a little of your time.