On December 18, 2020, NAPA Branch Campus in Hue city held the closing ceremony of the training course on leadership skills, management and human resource development in the context of integration and the industrial revolution 4.0 for public servants in the central region. The course instructors were both international and domestic experts, trainers.
Attending the ceremony were Mr. Phan Luong, Deputy Director of Department of Home Affairs and representatives from specialized departments of the Department of Home Affairs, Thua Thien Hue province; Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Hoang Hien, Deputy Director General, NAPA Branch Campus in Hue city; Ms. Pham Thi Quynh Hoa, Director, International Cooperation Department, NAPA; NAPA lecturers and administrators and 33 course participants.
The training course lasted from December 14, 2020 to December 18, 2020 with participants who are leaders, managers at the provincial department level, district level and division level; and potential public servants for leading and managerial positions in Thua Thien Hue province.
During five working days, the course participants were introduced five topics on leadership and strategic management skills in the new context by senior lecturers and experts coming from British University Vietnam (BUV) and NAPA. Course lecturers based on their sound expertise shared experience and provided useful skills and knowledge on leadership and management; encouraged participants to actively engage in learning, using modern and active teaching methods. An exciting and dynamic learning atmosphere facilitated course participants to have better understanding of the context of the Industry 4.0, modern knowledge, skills of leadership and management, human resource management, learn modern working methods and at the same time, improve their foreign language ability.
Speaking at the event, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Hoang Hien highly appreciated the participants’ efforts and achievements after five days of learning. He affirmed that public servant training was a regular and important task in personnel work. It was also rights and obligations of public servants to be trained and improved their professional skills and working methods in the public service. NAPA expected all the course participants would successfully and effectively apply the knowledge and skills acquired in the course into their work as leaders and managers.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Phan Luong appreciated NAPA’s leaders and lecturers’ support to the training course and hoped that the course participants would improve their performance after the course and be successful with all the tasks assigned to them.
On behalf of the course participants, Ms. Le Thi Ngoc Anh emphasized that the knowledge and skills provided in the training course would be valuable for all of them in their practical work to contribute to the development of their organizations.