UCSB conducts English Language Proficiency Course for government officials in Nay Pyi Taw

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Union Civil Service Board member U Saw Valentine delivers the speech at the opening ceremony of the English Language Proficiency Course for government officials. Photo: MNA
Union Civil Service Board member U Saw Valentine delivers the speech at the opening ceremony of the English Language Proficiency Course for government officials. Photo: MNA

An opening ceremony of the English Language Training for Government Officials was conducted yesterday morning in the meeting hall of the Union Civil Service Board, Nay Pyi Taw, where member of the Union Civil Service Board (UCSB) U Saw Valentine attended the ceremony, and delivered an opening speech.
The English Language Proficiency Course for Government Officials was jointly conducted by the UCSB and the Victoria University in New Zealand.
At the ceremony, New Zealand’s Ambassador to Myanmar Mr. Steve Marshall extended his greetings and posed for documentary photographs together with the trainees.
The training course comprises the subjects relating to strategies for the reforms of the government employees, definition of good governance and its appliances, transparency, responsibility, accountability, integrity, leadership skills, equality, people-centered leadership, work productivity, gaining people’s trust and e-government. The training course put emphasis on vocabulary enrichment and improving spoken English fluency and writing meeting minutes, with the use of modern teaching techniques for the trainees.
The first session of the course will be conducted from 21 January to 28 February, the second session from 6 May to 11 July, and the third session from 9 September to 14 November. —MNA (Translated by Win Ko Ko Aung)

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