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Saturday, September 26, 2020

Civil servants begin training on management

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Fatoumatta Dukureh & Maimuna Sey-Jawo The Crown Management Services on Tuesday kicked start a three-day training of Government stakeholders on management change and business transformation in the digital age. The training also witnessed the launching of TYP Magazine, at a ceremony held at Baoba hotel in Senegambia. The 3 days training is aimed at building the capacity of the civil servants in order to strengthen the public sector. The interactive forum brought together permanent sectaries from various ministries and other stakeholders in country. In his statement, Edmond Shonubi, representative CEO of NAQAA, the guest speaker of the occasion spoke at length on the need for quality skills training in the Gambia. He said skills development has been a burning issue for public debate considering its crucial role in fuelling the growth of the economy. He described quality skill as the ability and capacity acquired through deliberate, systematic and sustained efforts to smoothly carry out complex activities or functions involving ideas According to Mr.Shonubi Quality skills essentially are what drive a country to be economically, socially and politically secured, “therefore, skills development is vital because it helps to create jobs, personal growth, promotes talent and encourages entrepreneurship.” In her presentation, Aisha Saidy, Director of Crown Managemnet Services, emphasized the need for organizational transformation in various departments. She said education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. She used the opportunity to thank participant for gracing the occasion and challenged them to make the best use of the forum and share ideas with others.]]>

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