The National, Thursday November 7th, 2013
THIRTEEN staff members from the National Commission for Unesco (PNGNATCOM) attended a week-long induction training last week to improve their work-place performance, programmes and services.
The training was held at the National Research Institute conference room.
It started on Oct 28 and ended on Monday.
The training aimed to improve staff performance by providing services to different Papua New Guinea institutions and communities.
The training was part of strategies of the PNG public service under the public sector workforce development initiative (PSWDI) designed to improve performance.
“The public service strives to deliver basic government services effectively to the people of Papua New Guinea,” a statement from the organisers said.
“Coordinator of the induction programme Diki Diki engaged trainers from PSWDI for the PNG National Commission for UNESCO.
PNG NATCOM urged its staff to utilise skills they had learnt from the course to deliver Unesco service to the people of PNG in a competent and effective manner.