Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy and Ports and Public Works staff graduates from programme
Staff in the Ministry of Public Utilities, Energy and Ports and Public Works Cooperation are expected to benefit from a ten month training programme which came to a close at the Public Service Training Center on December 8th 2010.
The programme, which was organized not only to benefit the participants but the country by extension, was compiled with a variety of technical disciplines in the public works sector.
The training expert in the programme Mr Chris Folwel says the training is a very essential component in capacity building as he addressed the gathering at the graduation ceremony.
“Organizations throughout the world are now realizing that the best resource that they can have is people as a result they currently placing emphasis on the development of that resource,” said Mr Folwel.
Human Resource Manager of the Public Works Cooperation and one of the participants in the training programme expressed gratitude to the organizers for providing the opportunity for them and mentioned that knowledge and skill development are vital to any organization.
She said, “we wish to express our deepest gratitude to the European Union without who this program would not have been possible?”
The Minister for Public Works, Energy and Ports, Honourable Rayburn Blackmoore says that this training exercise is indeed timely, however hopes that the programme touches on the three key areas which are attitude to work, excellence and pride.
“I am confident that you have what it takes to move the country into the next level,” said Honourable Rayburn Blackmoore.