A grand graduation ceremony was held at Dharubaaruge Rannana’deyri Maalam on 31 January, 2015, for TVET Authority’s Pharmacy Assistant courses. His Excellency President Abdulla Yameen Abdul […]
A crucial Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Ministry of Education (MoE) and Hulhumale’ Development Corporation (HDC) on 30 March, 2016 at Hotel Jen. […]
A memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the TVET Authority and the Maldives Post Limited on 29 March, 2016 at Postal Building, Male’. Dr. Abdul […]
Ministry of Economic Development, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, held a ceremony at Dharubaaruge on 25 April 2016, to launch training of photographers and […]
TVET Authority has won the coveted Civil Service Eajaadhee Award (Innovation Award) of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) of the Maldives. The award was presented to […]
As an effort to strengthen TVET trainings, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Ministry of Education, Ministry of Tourism and 2 councils of GA. […]
Ministry of Education signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sh. Milandhoo Council on 26 May, 2016 to conduct tourism related TVET programs in the area. […]
Innovative schooling in such a nation is very quickly turning into a need inside corporation team as a substitute for an extravagance. In the past the […]
A grand function organized by Ministry of Economic Development, in collaboration with the TVET Authority of the Ministry of Education, was held at Dharubaaruge on 1 […]
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I was given a list of Dhasvaaru courses but I did not know what I wanted, so I chose Front Office because I felt like it was something I would be able to do, although I didn’t have any interest in it at first. I didn’t know much about it and in fact, didn’t even think I would continue on in this industry. Back then, I didn’t realize the amazing opportunities available in this field.
When I first started training at Hotel Jen, I thought it would be quite hard but within a month or so, I knew that this wouldn’t be difficult at all. I remember when I first started- I didn’t know how to balance a tray. Once, an entire tray fell and I broke 20 glasses. But Hotel Jen was very supportive and told me that these things happen; they taught me that making mistakes while learning is okay when you can learn something from it. I learnt quite fast and my training supervisors talked about how quickly I finished my course.
After completing the course, I applied for a job and worked at Champa Central Hotel for almost 11 months. Right now, I’m working at Hotel Jen, the place where it all began in the first place. Although I first trained in front office, I am now working in the service department as a waiter in Hotel Jen, which is wonderful, because I didn’t know I would love doing this too. People think that being a waiter is something very difficult or that it is dirty work/beneath them. But being a waiter is something anyone can do, and has so many benefits. I’ve been offered to switch to another area, but I’m planning on working in F&B for about 5 more years to gain more work experience before I decide on anything.
I got a lot of help from Ufaa and from Hotel Jen as well. My mother really supported me throughout everything. I’m the youngest of a family of six, and I’m the only one who goes to work steadily at the moment. The fact that I have a job in a prominent company makes my mother very happy. Doing this course in Dhasvaaru changed my life.
What I want to tell other kids? “TVET authority, ufaa office, in mi hingaa program thakakee hama varah rangalhu, kudhinnah faidhaa huri program thakeh, eygen hama naseebu libeyne. Adhi varah rangalhu opportunity eh e foaru kohdheny kudhinnah. Amilla ah work kohgen, amilla ah echeh engigen, dhaairaa akah nikumuge furusathu libeyne.”