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LIPA Conducts Leadership Training for Middle Level Managers

LIPA Conducts Leadership Training for Middle Level Managers

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has begun a three week Leadership and Management training for middle level managers of key security institutions in the country.

Security institutions benefiting from the training include: the Liberia National Police (LNP), Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) and the Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA).

The training which is sponsored by the United Nations Police (UNPOL) will among other things highlight applied leadership and advanced managerial skills needed for senior and middle level positions, and will run from January 9-27,2017

About one hundred Participants segmented into three groups are expected to be trained over the next three weeks. The Participants are drawn from the fifteen counties across the country.

Speaking during the opening of the training LIPA's Deputy Director General for Administration Mrs. Florence Dukuly admonished the Participants to make use of the training so as to impact the knowledge to others. Mrs. Dukuly told the Participants that a good leader is someone who is discipline and at the same time plays the role of a mother.

Also speaking, the Human Resource Advisor to UNPOL Rose Adamu thanked the Participants for forming part of the training. She said the training is an initiative of UNPOL as part of its strategic priorities to enhance leadership in the LNP, LIS and the LDEA.

For his part the Deputy Chief of Human Resource for Research and Statistics of the LNP Sando Johnson, on behalf of his institution, thanked the management of LIPA for accepting Law Enforcement officers of the three security entities to be trained in leadership and management. He expressed hope that the training will enhance their skills and knowledge as UNMIL gradually draws down its operations.

 

LIPA Commences 2017 First Training Cycle

LIPA Commences 2017 First Training Cycle

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has commenced the First Training Cycle for the year 2017.

The First training cycle of 2017 begun on Monday, January 9,2017and will run for sixteen weeks with courses  offered in Public Procurement & Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, HR & Performance Management, Public Financial Management, Project Planning & Management, Banking & Finance, Internal Audit & Control, Public Sector Management and Public Policy Analysis. Other courses offered include: Basic Report Writing, Records Management, Work Planning, Performance Management, Customers Service, Public Sector Budgeting, Purchasing & Supply, Public Financial Management Law, Basic Computer & Database, Project Proposal Writing and Legislative Drafting.

Speaking at the Formal Orientation Program of the First Training Cycle held on Friday, January 6, 2017, the Acting Director General of LIPA Mr. Charles Jarrett admonished the Participants to remain focus in their studies.

Mr. Jarrett told Participants that LIPA is the Government’s arm responsible for building the capacity of Civil Servants, Public and. Private Sectors.

According to the office of the Academic Registry over two hundred Participants have so far registered for this First 2017 Training Cycle.

It is expected that at the end of the sixteen weeks the Participants will be awarded certificates.
 

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management Seven Liberians ha

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management
Seven Liberians have been awarded master’s Degree in Public Sector Management by the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
The graduates who represented various Government Ministries and Agencies of Liberia including LIPA were among about thirty seven West African Nationals that were awarded degree following a one year intensive studies in the course from GIMPA.
GIMPA under the sponsorship of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) was mandated to host the PSMTP for Anglophone West Africa.
Under the agreement GIMPA set up a master’s Degree Program in Public Sector Management for middle and high level Public Sector Managers from five Anglophone West African Countries including Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and the Gambia.
The objective of the PSMTP is to enhance the performance of the Public Sector through the provision of balanced, academic and professional training in Public Sector Management in Africa.
The ceremony which is held annually brings together Participants, Heads and Senior Executives of Management Development Institutes (MDI) across the African sub region.
At this year’s convocation, the Director General of LIPA Hon. Oblayon B. Nyemah and his Deputy for Training Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe represented Liberia at the 11th Cohort Graduation Ceremony of the PSMTP in Accra Ghana on Friday, December 9, 2016.
 

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management
Seven Liberians have been awarded master’s Degree in Public Sector Management by the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
The graduates who represented various Government Ministries and Agencies of Liberia including LIPA were among about thirty seven West African Nationals that were awarded degree following a one year intensive studies in the course from GIMPA.
GIMPA under the sponsorship of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) was mandated to host the PSMTP for Anglophone West Africa.
Under the agreement GIMPA set up a master’s Degree Program in Public Sector Management for middle and high level Public Sector Managers from five Anglophone West African Countries including Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and the Gambia.
The objective of the PSMTP is to enhance the performance of the Public Sector through the provision of balanced, academic and professional training in Public Sector Management in Africa.
The ceremony which is held annually brings together Participants, Heads and Senior Executives of Management Development Institutes (MDI) across the African sub region.
At this year’s convocation, the Director General of LIPA Hon. Oblayon B. Nyemah and his Deputy for Training Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe represented Liberia at the 11th Cohort Graduation Ceremony of the PSMTP in Accra Ghana on Friday, December 9, 2016.


 

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management

Seven Liberians Earn Masters in Public Sector Management
Seven Liberians have been awarded master’s Degree in Public Sector Management by the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
The graduates who represented various Government Ministries and Agencies of Liberia including LIPA were among about thirty seven West African Nationals that were awarded degree following a one year intensive studies in the course from GIMPA.
GIMPA under the sponsorship of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) was mandated to host the PSMTP for Anglophone West Africa.
Under the agreement GIMPA set up a master’s Degree Program in Public Sector Management for middle and high level Public Sector Managers from five Anglophone West African Countries including Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and the Gambia.
The objective of the PSMTP is to enhance the performance of the Public Sector through the provision of balanced, academic and professional training in Public Sector Management in Africa.
The ceremony which is held annually brings together Participants, Heads and Senior Executives of Management Development Institutes (MDI) across the African sub region.
At this year’s convocation, the Director General of LIPA Hon. Oblayon B. Nyemah and his Deputy for Training Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe represented Liberia at the 11th Cohort Graduation Ceremony of the PSMTP in Accra Ghana on Friday, December 9, 2016.


 

LACC Staff Benefits From Investigation Information Management Training

LACC Staff Benefits From Investigation Information Management Training
About fourteen Investigation Officers of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) have benefited from a two week Investigation Information Management training at the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA).
The training conducted by LIPA was aimed at increasing the understanding of Investigation Officers of the LACC on their role in eliminating corruption and promoting the rule of Law.
The training which ran from December 12-23, 2016 was also intended to broaden the understanding of complexities, its root causes and impact on society, and as well enhance the knowledge and skills of the Participants to develop a sustained strategy for the promotion of integrity.
The Participants at the end of the training are expected to identify instruments for increasing transparency, interpret the Liberian Procurement Law, and use IFMIS to assess financial malpractices, to combat fraud in Procurement, to conduct financial investigation and to use technology to combat corruption and fraud.
LIPA Director General Hon. Oblayon Blanyon Nyemah during the training said the interest of LIPA is to ensure that the knowledge and skills of Public and Civil Servants is enhanced.
Hon. told the Participants that they will not be able to perform their role effectively if they are not equip with the requisite skills.
He encourage them to make use of the training so as to be able fight corruption and maintain Liberia’s peace.
 

A Two-Man LIPA Delegation Leaves For GIMPA

A Two-Man LIPA Delegation Leaves For GIMPA
A two-man LIPA delegation leaves the country  today Monday, December 5, 2016 to attend the  Stakeholders and Country Coordinators meeting of the Public Sector Management Training Programme (PSMTP) as well as the 11th  Cohort Graduation Ceremony for Participants of the 2016 Class of the PSMTP in Accra Ghana.
Members of the delegation include: The Director General Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah and the Deputy for Training and Manpower Development  Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe.
The Stakeholders and Country Coordinators meeting of the PSMTP will take place on Tuesday, December 6,2016 while the graduation ceremony  will be held on Friday, December 9, 2016
While the two LIPA top managers  are away, the Deputy Director General for Administration Mrs. Florence G. Dukuly will act as Director General.

 

LIPA Provides Career Training for Prospective AMEU Graduates

LIPA Provides Career Training for Prospective AMEU Graduates
The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) in collaboration with the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) has conducted a one day career training workshop for prospective graduates of that University.
The training which was held on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at the AMEU auditorium on Camp Johnson Road was intended to help participants develop skills they need to achieve their career objectives.
The training was attended by over one hundred prospective graduates of the University.
Also present were the Director General of LIPA Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah, the Deputy for Training and Development, Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe and members of the AMEU Faculty and staff headed by its president DR. Joseph Isaac.
Speaking during the training Hon. Nyemah begun by explaining the service-delivering roles and functions of LIPA to the Public and Private Sectors of Liberia.
Hon. Nyemah told the participants that the purpose of the training was to give them idea about what they would like to do as a career upon their graduation from college. He further explained that being the capacity building arm of Government is to help Liberians choose the right career path that will make them productive citizens.
The LIPA Boss also lauded the AMEU Administration for collaborating with his Institution to achieve the objectives of the training exercise.
For his part, the President of the AMEU DR. Joseph Isaac appreciated LIPA for partnering with the University and assured that the training provided by LIPA to his students will not be a waste, encouraging his students to make use of the internet so as to help them choose the right kind of career in life.

 

Seven Liberian Students to Benefit from PSMPT Program

Seven Liberian Students to Benefit from PSMPT Program
Seven Liberian candidates representing various Ministries, Agencies and Commission (MACs) of Government are expected to benefit from a one year Master’s Degree Program in Public Sector Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) beginning January 2017 - December 2017.
The candidates, who were nominated by their respective institutions, were selected following an evaluation process conducted by LIPA recently.
LIPA, under the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), has the mandate to vet and forward the names of qualified Liberian candidates to GIMPA for the program.
As part of the process of formally announcing candidates who successfully went through the vetting exercises, the Management of LIPA on Thursday, November 24, 2016 presented them their letters of admission for subsequent enrollment at GIMPA.
Presenting the letters to the candidates, LIPA Director General Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah encouraged them to hold together and be studious so as to come up with flying colors.
Hon. Nyemah told the candidates that he has no doubt about them representing Liberia at this worthwhile program, noting that other Liberians went through the walls of that Institute successfully.
For their part, the candidates appreciated LIPA for the motivation and assured the Management of the Institute that they will do everything possible to come up successfully.
 

Seven Liberian Students to Benefit from PSMPT Program

Seven Liberian Students to Benefit from PSMPT Program
Seven Liberian candidates representing various Ministries, Agencies and Commission (MACs) of Government are expected to benefit from a one year Master’s Degree Program in Public Sector Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) beginning January 2017 - December 2017.
The candidates, who were nominated by their respective institutions, were selected following an evaluation process conducted by LIPA recently.
LIPA, under the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), has the mandate to vet and forward the names of qualified Liberian candidates to GIMPA for the program.
As part of the process of formally announcing candidates who successfully went through the vetting exercises, the Management of LIPA on Thursday, November 24, 2016 presented them their letters of admission for subsequent enrollment at GIMPA.
Presenting the letters to the candidates, LIPA Director General Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah encouraged them to hold together and be studious so as to come up with flying colors.
Hon. Nyemah told the candidates that he has no doubt about them representing Liberia at this worthwhile program, noting that other Liberians went through the walls of that Institute successfully.
For their part, the candidates appreciated LIPA for the motivation and assured the Management of the Institute that they will do everything possible to come up successfully.
 

LIPA/IMF/MFDP Awards Certificates to Several Budget Officers...

LIPA/IMF/MFDP Awards Certificates to Several Budget Officers
Over 30 Budget and Planning Officers from all spending Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MACs) of Government, including Budget officers of LIPA, were on Friday, November 25,2016 awarded certificates following...
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Medium Term Expenditure Frame work Training For Budget Officers Begins.....

Medium Term Expenditure Frame work Training For Budget Officers Begins in Monrovia

About fifty Budget and Planning Officers from all spending Ministries, Agencies and Commissions (MAcs) of Government including Budget officers of the Liberia Institu...
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Data Collectors Training Ends at LIPA...

Data Collectors Training Ends at LIPA

A one week Data collectors training for over 30 Liberian Civil Servants has ended at the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA).

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LIPA Ends Transformational Leadership Training...

LIPA Ends Transformational Leadership Training for Civil Servants

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has ended a three week Transformational Leadership training for one hundred Civil Servants, who are in leadership positions from project pilot pa...
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