What did I enjoy most in school? Having fun in class, of course! I was also in scout, and since I was young, wanted to join MNDF. In grade ten, I joined Dhasvaaru and chose to study Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic as it struck me as something new and different in the list of courses my school teacher showed me. I did not know anything much about it but I felt like it would be interesting. I figured I could join MNDF after doing this course.During my internship, I had to work at STO Service Centre; going to a work environment was a completely different experience than the past 15 years in school. On my first day, we received an orientation and I accompanied supervisors to sites to observe their work. I started learning mechanic work from the next day itself. The biggest difference between studying in a school and going to a workplace was that I learnt to work and deal with people who had different personalities.During our orientation, the manager told us that jobs would be offered for those who did well. When I heard this, I made up my mind that I would work for this and it motivated me throughout my course. Right after I finished my training, I was offered a job at the STO service centre. This is my third year working here and I recently got promoted to the head office AC maintenance department. Now that I have trained and started working in this field, I have no thoughts of changing my career or joining anywhere else. My goal is to go forward in this field, train further at an engineer level and hopefully open my own workshop one day.What do I want to tell other kids? “Alhugandu mihaaru 3 aharu mivee mi field ga ulheythaa...Bunelan oiy ehchakee masakkaiy kuran beynun nuvaa ehcheh nagaigen ekameh nukuriyyaa rangalhuvaanee. Emeeheh hiyhama nujehey course eh hadhaigen vazeefa libunas adhi bodu musaara libunas, kuran beynun nuvaa kameh vejjeyyaamun fashaa kolhu hamajehigen dhaane ekam fahun fahun ais vaivaanfashaane and ekameh kuraa hitheh nuvaane. Eyah vure maa rangalhuvaane kuraa hiyvaa kameh nagaigen eygen kiyavaigen ekamun kuriyah dhiyaiyyaa”#UfaageVaahaka
Scholarship Opportunity for Hotel Management Skills by Taj Hotels supported by Embassy of India, Malé�-----------------------------------------------------------��Taj Hotels Group of India is offering scholarships for 6 months Hotel Management training to Maldivian tourism sector professionals/students.The training will be provided at renowned Taj Hotels in India e.g. Mumbai, Bangalore etc and would include (2 weeks), front office (4 weeks), Housekeeping (4 weeks), F&B (4 weeks), Kitchen (4 weeks), Allied areas (4 weeks) and Specialization in any one department(4 weeks). ��Taj Hotel will provide the candidates with sharing accommodation, on duty meals and a stipend of Rs. 10,000 per month to meet daily travel and food expense. In addition to the 6 weekly offs a months, 12 days leave during the training period would be provided. Expenditure on travel from Maldives to the hotel of training will be borne by respective candidate. A certificate will be issued by Taj Hotels on successful completion of 6 months training.��MATATO having special relation with Embassy of India, Male' will nominate bio data of TWO individuals to the Embassy at by 30 Dec 2017.��Upon receipt of nominations, they would conduct a personality test to select candidates for internship. (preference would be given to candidate having formal education in hospitality/tourism sector).��Send your CV to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
2050 Scholarships: Promoting skills for the future
December 21, 2017, 10:00am - December 21, 2017, 10:00pm
"Promoting Skills for the future" launching of 2050 scholarships will be held on 21st December 2017.It is a whole day event from 10:00 to 22:00 at Dharubaaruge - Rannabadeyri Maalan, where all O'level and A'Level completed students are invited.