In 1999 Mr. Padayachy joined the Public Sector in the Ministry of Health, Department of Public Health, specialized in Health Impact Assessment Unit.
In 2006 Mr. Padayachy joined the Youth Health Center where he worked as a Senior Health Educator and Promotion officer in the Ministry of Health and thereon followed his advanced studies in Youth Development. In 2010 he started his Master in Leadership and Strategy in the Seychelles Young Leaders Programme with the National University of Ireland for 2 years. The degree covered 6 subjects (Human Resources, Leadership, Organisation and strategy, Finance, Economics and Research method).
In July 2010, Mr. Padayachy followed a course in Washington DC, as a participant from the Seychelles Young African leaders Programme.
In August 2010 he became the Director of Youth Services Section within the Seychelles National Youth Council. The employee was responsible for the services of youth development programme / research on national level.
In 2013 Mr. Padayachy was working as the Loans Manager at the Small Business Financing Agency (Ministry of Finance Trade and Investment). He was in charge of the loans department and supervising 6 staffs in the preparation of loans cases for approval.
In January 2014 Mr. Padayachy joined the Fair Trading Commission as the Senior Compliance Officer heading the Consumer department and later promoted as the Principal Analyst.
In 2018 Mr. Padayachy started his second Master in Business Administration and completed in 2020.
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