IPRD officers’ capacity-strengthening training (3/2022) opened

MoI Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn gives the speech at the opening ceremony of the training.

The Ministry of Information held the opening ceremony of the officers’ capacity-strengthening training (3/2022) conducted by the Department of Information and Public Relations yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw.
At the opening ceremony, Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn said that the Ministry of Information was reforming the State media with youthful programmes. The Department of Information and Public Relations is one of the reform activities of the ministry. Public library activities, which are the main function of the Information and Public Relations Department, are being upgraded to the digital library in line with evolving technologies. Three training courses on how to use e-library management system software were conducted with 89 trainees. In addition, the district and township offices to be upgraded to the digital library system were provided with the necessary equipment including computers.
The Union minister said the subject of using e-Library Management System Software will be introduced in this training so that deputy directors and assistant directors who will attend the training can supervise the operation of upgraded digital library services.
Although officer training courses are scheduled to be held twice with district assistant directors, it is being held three times for state/region deputy directors to improve the quality of work and management skills. The previous two officials’ capacity-strengthening training courses were held in May and June with 56 deputy directors and assistant directors.
In the current training, four deputy directors and 15 district assistant directors will attend. The course provides leadership skills and competencies to become competent leaders and to carry out management functions in line with the procedures. The subject of successful implementation of departmental activities, the Civil Service Law, the rule of law, and financial regulation subjects will be taught. He urged the trainees to do their best to achieve the objectives of the training and to apply it effectively in practice by strictly following the training rules during the training. — MNA

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