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Tonga Skills launch Moodle online training videos

On Friday 23 October 2020, Tonga Skills for Inclusive Economic Growth will launch three skills training courses on Moodle, an online learning management platform, which is being used to organise and present these instructional videos produced earlier in the year. The production of videos to deliver training was in response

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Building Business resilience through coaching and skills training

  The Tonga Skills business development strategy involves working closely with businesses through coaching and business management, address skills gaps and support business growth. One business that has recently participated in business coaching is ‘Esiaola Quality Furniture. This long-established wooden furniture manufacturer makes everything from beds, to benches, bookshelves and

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Launching of Tonga Skills Training Videos

8 July 2020 Today, Tonga Skills celebrated the launch of three sets of training videos – a positive outcome to support community economic resilience in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions in Tonga. These videos will be made available free and online to the public under an

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Fisi'ihangale community group of Popua village after completion of wood carving skills training

Wood Carving Skills for Building up Handicraft Business

On 15 May 2020, the Australian High Commissioner to Tonga, H.E. Adrian Morrison congratulated 10 participants who completed a two-weeks skills training on wood carving and making carving tools. The training was facilitated by Tonga Skills in collaboration with training provider, Mr Steven Fehoko, in response to a training request

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Trained industry coaches ready to engage with Tonga’s business market

Congratulations to 10 (ten) industry coaches who have been trained by Tonga Skills to address the demand for coaching services in specialised areas across a range of industry sectors in Tonga’s business market. These coaches were identified through their previous engagement with Tonga Skills, and invited to participate in two

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National Qualifications to boost Tonga’s tourism industry

Image: Dr. Semisi Taumoepeau (middle) with the Tonga Skills Team Leader, Sally Bannah (left) and Skills Coordinator, Tu’ifua Takapautolo (right) Last year, a total number of 64 national certificates were awarded to students who completed tourism-related courses. The development of these courses was led by the Director of Pacific Studies

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Group of trainees by the water. It is an overcast day.

“Dream come true” for Tongan seafarers

Image: Full Basic Safety Training for Seafarers, at Queen Salote Wharf on Friday March 15, 2019 An emotional closing ceremony took place last week for 60 seafarers who have completed a two-week training course on Full Basic Safety. The ceremony celebrated the successful partnership between Tonga Skills, Tonga National Fishing Council,

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