Seventeen employees of the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) returned home last evening after completing two-week intensive capacity development training in Namibia.
The Employees are Attorney Michael Itoka, Coordinator/Legal; Morris Johnson, Coordinator/Claims; Malvenia Wallace, Coordinator/Medical; Henry Pinney, Assistant Chief Internal Auditor; Sylvester Nyumah, Senior Internal Auditor; Suqueenie Wesseh-Penpah, Assistant Coordinator – Private/Contribution Records; Olive Herron-Cee, Assistant Coordinator – Public/Contribution Records; George Nebo, Assistant Coordinator/General Services; Isatu Ville, Assistant Coordinator/Education; and Danae Jones, Assistant Coordinator/Registration.
Others are Hezekiah Myers, Assistant Chief Accountant/Operations; Sie Anderson, Assistant Chief Accountant/Funds; Isaac Glay-weon, Director/Human Resource; Parmela Cyrus, Assistant Director/Public Affairs; Fred Richards, Accounts Officer/Funds; Francilla Duo, Accounts Officer/Funds; and Saybah Kessellie, Cashier.
The Employees left Liberia on August 17th for Windhoek, Namibia, where they were trained in various disciplines, including Leadership Skills for Supervisors, International Financial Reporting Standards, and Human Resource Strategy Fundamentals at the Institute for Capacity Development.
Speaking upon arrival at the Roberts International Airport, Attorney Michael Itoka, head of the NASSCORP delegation, thanked Management for the opportunity to develop their capacities and pledged to use the skills acquired for the enhancement of NASSCORP’s service delivery.
It can be recalled that in October last year, 11 employees of NASSCORP underwent intensive training in Strategic Management, Computer Technology, Customer Service and Public Relations at the Institute for Capacity Development in Namibia.