Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
Nipam roadshow for civil servants
Employees of the government working in the Ohangwena, Oshana and Omusati regions last week attended a training roadshow conducted by the government’s own civil servants training institution, the Namibia Institute of Public Administration & Management’s (NIPAM).
The roadshow comprised of training for Human Resources practitioners and a presentation on the implementation and impact of the President’s Harambee Prosperity Plan.
During last week, NIPAM visited various Regional and Town Council offices to present their courses and held a feedback workshop for Human Resources practitioners and a Client Forum on promoting the Harambee Prosperity Plan through improved performance and excellent service delivery. The one-day Feedback workshop for Human Resources practitioners was held in Ongwediva on Tuesday. This session focused on innovative skills, behaviours and strategies for reducing employee turnover, promoting employee development and creating training needs analysis.
The roadshow ended with a Client Forum on Thursday at Outapi under the theme: Promoting the Harambee Prosperity Plan through improved performance and excellent service delivery. The forum focused on “Effective Governance” and assemble experts in various fields from to explain what this means for public servants.
The forum was attended by close to 40 officials from various ministries and regional council offices in the Omusati region. The participants had the opportunity to deliberate and give input on how they in the regions can contribute and assist the President in achieving the goals of Harambee. “The Plan acknowledges that we are closely linked to what is happening in the world around us and foremost, that our future is intertwined with the future of Africa.
It also acknowledges that what is happening in the global world affects us” said Mrs. Inge Zaamwani-Kamwi: Presidential Advisor: Constitutional Affairs & Private Sector Interface during her presentation.