Training of staff in the Civil Service constitutes a vital aspect with its dynamic nature of new ideas and concept being the sole purpose.
The Permanent Secretary, Human Resources, Establishments and Capacity Development, and Public Service Office, Mr. Ayanleye Aina gave the charge at the opening of an In-house training workshop organized by the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Affairs.
At the workshop, which held at the Conference Room of the Ministry, Mr. Aina described the world as a global village, with the need for the Civil Service to be compliant by stepping up its service delivery in training and retraining the staff for efficiency and productivity.
The Permanent Secretary affirmed that integrity is key to success, and commended the Governor Rauf Aregbesola led administration for pursuing service delivery to boost its government through Civil Servants of the state and describing the Civil Service as a place of serving and not for the mediocres.
In her welcome address, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Women, Children and Social Affairs, Pharmacist (Mrs.) Omolara Ajayi described the Civil Service as a strict organization that holds respect and orderliness in high esteem, and that the In-house sensitization workshop is programmed to furnish everyone on the requirements expected of a good officer in the Civil Service, with the sole aim of improving effectiveness and efficiency at various duty posts.
Texts delivered at the sensitization workshop included,
‘The Civil Service Organizational Structure, Public Service Rules, Financial Regulations, Norms and Ethics’ and ‘Office Administration in the Civil Service, with particular reference to minuting, memo/report writing and the Registry Services’.