Bayelsa Head Of Service Charges Staff On Professionalism

Bayelsa State Head of Service, Mrs. Biobelemoye Charles-Onyema, has charged staff in the Office of the Head of Service to take advantage of training opportunities provided by government to improve themselves and render professional service to the state.

The Head of Service gave the charge while declaring open a five day in-house-training for staff in the confidential registries, organized by the Office of the Head of Service in collaboration with the Office of the Chief Historian and Archivist of Bayelsa State in the Conference room of the Head of Service at the Annex six of the State Secretariat Complex.

Mrs Charles-Onyema, who identified training and retraining as key to effective service delivery said government is interested in creating a virile civil service that is professionally inclined and service oriented at all times.

According to her the “Basic Archives and Records Management” course is fundamental for staff productivity in the various registries of Ministries, Departments and Agencies.

The Head of Service who thanked the State Governor for approving the training programme charged all participants to use the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills that would improve their performance in the service and in their personal lives.

She further encouraged all accounting Officers to look inwards in meeting the training needs of their staff.

Earlier, chief Historian and Archivist of Bayelsa State, Dr. Stephen Olali had told the participants that records management enhances growth and development of any institution and state.

Dr. Olali hinted that the target of the training includes eliminating file dump and creating archival centers with vital information for historical purposes.