6 VIPAM officers graduate under SPC Management and Leadership Course

(l-r) VIPAM Acting Manager, James Melteres receiving a certificate from the Acting Secretary of the Public Service Commission (PSC) Jean-Yves Bibi in the presence of the SPC, Mia Rimon ©

Six officers from the Vanuatu Institute of Public Administration and Management (VIPAM) have graduated yesterday from the Singapore Civil Society College taught by the Pacific Community (SPC) on Management and Leadership.

The ability to have good-awareness, a high personal integrity and work ethic are essential for the Government to run a successful operation in the years to come.

The Civil Service College (CSC) plays a pivotal role in nurturing and developing people for a first-class Public Service.

As a Statutory Board under the Prime Minister’s Office, CSC offers a comprehensive suite of programmes that build strategic capability in the public service, focusing particularly on core areas in the public governance, leadership, public administration and management.

The Management and Leadership course has a duration period of 9-days and delivers key training to staff on how to develop their own work ethic and integrity to a higher level, while learning to be leaders.

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