NSG Programmes, Projects and Collaboration with other relevant institutions: A presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Service & Administration. Prof. LS Mollo, Principal: NSG 10 September 2014. Purpose. The purpose of the presentation is to:
NSG Programmes, Projects and Collaboration with other relevant institutions: A presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Service & Administration
Prof. LS Mollo, Principal: NSG
10 September 2014
CORE BUSINESS OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPING PUBLIC SERVANTS
The business model of the institution has the following elements:
Cost-recovery approach to training delivery and revenue managed through a Training Trading Account (TTA)
Trade Account Revenue based on the cost recovery model i.e. expected revenue to be raised from course fees
Expert relevant institutions:
IntroductoryProgrammes, Projects, and Collaboration
The Framework allows for programmes to be categorized according to target groups (administrator, supervisor, junior, middle or senior manager) or levels of competency (introductory, intermediate, advanced and expert).
The core competencies are as follows: (1) Financial Management; (2) People Management and Empowerment; (3) Programme and Project Management; (4) Strategic Capability and Leadership and (5) Change Management
The names and thematic areas for each Module:
Module 1: Understanding your Constitution and your Governments’ mandate;Batho Pele Principles and overview of the entire programme.
Module 2: Working the Service Delivery System and Public Administration process; fundamentals of democracy.
Module 3: Being an ethical, honest and considerate public servant; Diversity, Gender matters, Anti corruption.
Module 4: Building good people relationships.
Module 5: Understanding the financial processes of government.
* For Training of Trainers; **Fulltime employees in provinces and departments