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 Civil Servants Go To China For Leadership Training

  Twenty civil servants will be leaving for a nine-day Leader­ship training programme in Shanghai, China, next week. Sponsored by the Chinese Government, the intensive training will be carried out
16 Jun 2018 10:00
 Civil Servants Go To China For Leadership Training
Front centre: Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Fiji, Qian Bo with the nominees and representatives from the Chinese Embassy and Ministry of Civil Service at the Chinese Cultural Centre on June 14, 2018.

 

Twenty civil servants will be leaving for a nine-day Leader­ship training programme in Shanghai, China, next week.

Sponsored by the Chinese Government, the intensive training will be carried out by the China Executive Leadership Academy of Pu­dong (CELAP).

It is aimed at strengthen­ing participants’ skills in the areas of public policies implementation, succession planning, projects imple­mentation and service de­livery.

Team leader and deputy chief executive officer for iTaukei Affairs Board Jose­fa Toganivalu on behalf of his team acknowledged the opportunity.

“We do hope that we will learn a lot and we will be able to bring lessons back to assist in building a better Fiji,” he said.

“As a team, we look forward to the trip and we do hope that the People’s Republic of China will always have this training opportunity avail­able for our colleagues.

“And we hope to see more interactions and partner­ship in the future.”

Ambassador of the Peo­ple’s Republic of China to Fiji, Qian Bo while speaking to the nominees said: “As Civil Servants, your role is extremely important for the future of Fiji and China as well”.

“I really hope that you will enjoy yourselves.”

Mr Qian reminded the team to follow the rules and the regulations of the coun­try when they get there.

The training programme is scheduled from June 10 to June 20, 2018.

It is the fifth time Fiji is part of the CELAP training.

Edited by Percy Kean

Feedback: selita.bolanavanua@fijisun.com.fj

 



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