Bandar Seri Begawan - The Administration and Supervision Centre under the Civil Service Institute organised a dialogue session between the Permanent Secretary at the Prime Minister's Office and participants of the Public Service Induction Course.
A total of 84 officers and staff from Divisions Two to Five who have been with the Civil Service Institute for less than five years had attended the seven-day course that commenced on November 19 with the objective of providing participants with several forms of information including infrastructure, administration affairs of the Government of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang DiPertuan of Brunei Darussalam, laws, safety acts and the Malay Islamic Monarchy and so on to be implemented as part of their daily work.
The dialogue session with the Permanent Secretary (Corporate Affairs and Civil Administration) at the Prime Minister's Office, Hj Mohd Abdoh bin Dato Seri Setia Hj Abdul Salam, was aimed at providing participants with an overview of the public service and the expectations of the public from such officers in terms of leadership, cooperation, customer service, as well as government personnel's general knowledge of current issues.
It was explained in a press release that the session was meant to alter the mindset of participants and instil in them the values of civil service.
--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin