CSTC Expands Scope Of Operation
The Principal for the Civil Service Training Centre (CSTC) has said that, the CSTC supports the Civil Service and Public Service.
She said, hitherto, the CSTC has been identified as an institution for developing the competencies of solely civil servants. “The Public Service has only a few training institutions so they are unable to meet the training demands of the public service”. She observed.
Explaining, the Principal of the CSTC, Dora Dei-Tumi, said the school in view of this has developed its internal capacities to facilitate the expansion of its scope of operation and therefore is now able to support in harnessing the functional effectiveness of Public Servants through the provision of cutting edge training interventions.
Explaining the Principal of the CSTC, Dora Dei-Tumi, said the school in view of this has developed its internal capacities to facilitate the expansion of its scope of operation and therefore is now able to support in harnessing the functional effectiveness of public servants through the provision of cutting edge training interventions.
She made these remarks at the opening ceremony of a professional proof reading and editing course, for Parliamentary staff for the hansard department.
Dora Dei-Tumi expressed her excitement about the continuous training which the staff of the hansard department are being supported to access. She was of the view that the only way for them to remain relevant to their job was to develop their competencies systematically.
Expressing her confidence in the CSTC, she noted that the quality of service delivered by the CSTC, had resulted in the constant patronage of the hanzard department of the school’s training programmes
The Editor of debates, Alhaji Abu Dahami, read a short statement on behalf of the Clerk to Parliament, Emmanuel Anyimadu. It said, the Parliamentary Service is committed to providing adequate tools in an effort to build the capacity of its officers.
The next phase he said was to develop the knowledge base and skills of staff to ensure efficient work delivery. The Clerk to Parliament noted that there had been an influx of professionals and academia into Parliament. There was therefore the urgent need to adequately train and develop the quality and standards of such officers. “Otherwise Parliament will suffer an incalculable dent to its service delivery”.
He hoped the training will help them assume key roles that will help steer Parliament as an institution, to achieve its goals.