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PSSDC ORGANISES SPECIAL INDUCTION COURSE FOR LASWA STAFF

Charges Participants to Imbibe Core Values of Public Service

The Director-General, Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre (PSSDC), Dr. Senukon Olufunmi Ajose-Harrison, has reiterated the need for all Public Servants to fully imbibe the work ethics and core values of the Public Service and demonstrate an understanding of the vision, strategic direction of government as well as the rules and regulations guiding their conduct in the State Public Service.

Ajose-Harrison, who gave the charge today at the opening ceremony of the special induction course organised for staff of the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) by the Public Service Staff Development Centre (PSSDC), further informed that the training was to orientate the inductees  about the procedure of work and to familiarise them with the Public Service work environment.

He advised participants to continually hone their technical knowledge about water transportation and its regulations, just as they stay attuned to critical Public Service processes including rules, regulations and comportment in order to discharge the responsibilities creditably, adding that as LASWA staff, they play critical roles in the implementation of the Traffic Management and Transportation pillar of the T.H.E.M.E.S. Agenda.

While encouraging them to participate fully in all the sessions  to benefit from the wealth of experience of the facilitators, the DG advised participants to see the induction programme as a critical part of their career development in the State Public Service.

In tandem with the Director-General’s advice, the General Manager of LASWA, Mr. Oluwadamilola Emmanuel, represented by the Head of Administration & Human Resource, LASWA, Mr. Olashile Fakunmoju, advised the participants to fully participate in the sessions to develop their intellect for effective and efficient discharge of their duties.

Fakunmoju gave an assurance that the training would engender positive performance by participants in the Public Service.

 

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