PSIN ORGANISED TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR DIRECTORS ASPIRING FOR THE POST OF FEDERAL PERMANENT SECRETARIES IN ABUJA.
The Public Service Institute of Nigeria (PSIN) has again concluded a one week intensive training programme organized for Directors aspiring for the post of Federal Permanent Secretaries, in preparation for their forth coming examinations (written, computer based and oral interview).
The Administrator of the Institute, Dr. Abdul-Ganiyu Obatoyinbo mni, addressing the participants expressed satisfaction in their general conducts while the training lasted and urged them to translate the knowledge acquired not only for examination purposes but to improve on performances in their various organizations.
Dr. Obatoyinbo recalled that the content of the training manual was tailored in line with the examination syllabus requirements and the needed knowledge to enhance productivity, skills, and competencies, as well as empower every participant to become Efficient, Productive, Incorruptible and Citizen-Centered (EPIC). He noted that the institute has produced a good numbers of serving Permanent Secretaries which according to him, can be attributed to the high level of competencies exhibited by the erudite PSIN Adjunct Faculty members.
He further admonished participants to keep networking and maintain robust relationships for knowledge sharing purposes after the training, going forward.
He thanked the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation Dr. Folasade Yemi-Esan for believing in PSIN to deliver on its mandate of capacity building and pledged the Institutes unalloyed commitments to developing and enhancing capacity of the generality of the public servants by continuously engaging in modernizing management, in line with the demands and needs of modern day public service.
The participants lauded the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation Dr. Folasade Yemi-Esan and the management of PSIN for organizing such a well-structured training programme with highly experienced resource persons, quality lecture deliveries, conducive learning atmosphere and hospitality at its best. They promised to apply knowledge gained and also transfer same to their subordinate’s thereby improving job performances in their various Ministries.
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