- Among those undergoing training include village administrators, chief enforcement assistant officers, senior enforcement assistant officers.
- Areas of training include coordination, management, public participation, project supervision and service delivery at the village level.
The department of devolved units in Mandera on Saturday commenced the training of new officials.
Among those undergoing training at the National Youth Service Training college, Naivasha are village administrators, chief enforcement assistant officers and senior enforcement assistant officers.
The training was officially opened by CECM public services Abdiaziz Said. It will run for forty three days.
The county executive said the core objective of the training is to equip the recruits with desirable knowledge and skills that will enable them execute their mandates effectively and efficiently.
Areas of training include coordination, management, public participation, project supervision and service delivery at the village level.
Other areas are respect for authority, discipline, maintaining own morale, development of officer’s pride in the organisation, comradeship and loyalty.
Also familiarisation with departmental procedures and regulations including the County government Act and Enforcement Act.
The Chief Officer Devolved Units, Yussuf Didow reiterated on the need to observe the laid down regulations at the college.
Didow urged the recruits to take the training with the seriousness it deserves.
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. It is the foundation of success" he said.
The commanding officer NYS Naivasha campus Charles Kamiru welcomed the team and introduced the programme instructors.
Area governor Ali Roba had last week said his administration is committed to providing timely, effective and efficient services to the residents to keep the spirit of devolution alive.
(Edited by Bilha Makokha)