As LIBTRALO grows in scope and forms partnerships with other entities of like operations, it befits our purpose to make the workforce a more efficient and productive one. In light of this, LIBTRALO has embarked on a training scheme to enhance the performance of its staff. To realize this goal, three personnel were earmarked to go through short term training courses at the Institute for Public Administration (IPA). The Executive Director is billed to read performance management, the Translation Director to read basic report writing, and the Administrative Assistant record management. The rationale behind this plan is for each of the beneficiaries to come back to the organization and impart this knowledge to their colleagues in similar lines of duty at the workplace.
The training will enhance the capacity of the staff so as to be able to cope with the intricacies of new tasks as we partner with other organizations in different fields of work. It is the notion that other staff will benefit from this scheme as time goes by in order to make LIBTRALO a more efficient entity in the performance of her duties.
The first of the three staff designated to go through this training exercise was the Translation Director, Nyanatee K. Sayon, who did a two-week short term course in Basic Report Writing. Next in line will be the Executive Director, to be followed by the Administrative Assistant.
It is the notion that other staff will benefit from this scheme as time goes by in order to make LIBTRALO a more efficient entity in the performance of her duties, putting her on par with other institutions.