Civil Service Institute awarded for contributions to human resources development

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THE Civil Service Institute (CSI) received an award for their contribution of ideas to human resource practitioners at the Asia HRD Awards 2015.

Held in Dubai, the CSI was awarded the ‘Contribution to the HR Community Award’ after successfully being selected by the independent Awards Committee.

The CSI director, Hjh Norezan Hj Hambali received the award on behalf of the institute from the Former Minister of Works, Minister in-charge of Electricity & Water Authority, Bahrain, His Excellency Enginer Fahmi bin Ali Al-Jowder.

In a statement issued by the institute, Hjh Norezan said that the achievement was possible due to the “ideas of the vibrant, highly spirited and energetic members of the professional staff of CSI who have successfully developed beyond-classroom learning and development programmes that attracted participants from various levels and disciplines”.

“In the years ahead, the CSI will continue to develop competent human capital that are equipped and determined to face the challenges of the future head-on and bring Brunei to the forefront in line with Brunei’s Vision 2035,” she added.

The award was given in recognition of the CSI’s initiatives in implementing its corporate transformation agenda, which involves undertaking a holistic transformation journey through restrategising and repackaging its learning and development programmes, by making them more interactive, thematic and targeted, read the statement.

The event that was held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai was attended by 200 HR practitioners representing 60 organisations from 20 countries in Asia.

The Brunei Times