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EPSA training for civil servants

Tuan Yahya presenting a memorabilia to Marsineh. –Photo Alexion Mairin
Tuan Yahya presenting a memento to Marsineh. –Photo Alexion Mairin

KOTA KINABALU: The implementation of the 2015 Lab Culture for [email protected] Programme or e-Learning for Public Sector at the National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN) is one of the effort to diversify methods to train public employees in the state.

The Technology Administration Cluster (i-IMATEC) Chief of INTAN Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Puan Marsineh Jarmin, said the programme is to spread the use of EPSA and its initiatives to the federal and state officers and civil servants in Sabah.

“EPSA is an initiative to support the Strategic Core implementation, which is to improve talents and increase competency, performance, productivity, and innovation of public servants,” she said.

She also said since its introduction in 2007, about 606,259 users have been registered under EPSA and 96,167 of them have completed their courses under the programme.

She was speaking during officiating the 2015 Lab Culture for [email protected] at INTAN Sabah Campus, this morning. –SayangSabah

 

 

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