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The multi-modular programmes were developed by esteemed educational institutions, including University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, HEC Paris, Harvard University, Georgetown University, Duke University, University of Chicago, Civil Service College Singapore as well as International Advisory Group, Profiles International and Al Jazeera Media Institute.
The multi-modular programmes operate were developed by esteemed educational institutions, including University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, HEC Paris, Harvard University, Georgetown University, Duke University, University of Chicago and Civil Service College Singapore as well as the International Advisory Group, Profiles International and Al Jazeera Media Institute.
Even the Civil Service College, which trains bureaucrats, has to compete with other educational institutions.
On their part, Singapore's Civil Service College signed an agreement on development cooperation with the staff of the Qatar Investment Authority.
Welcoming a delegation representing Singapore's Civil Service College, the minister said the training would enable employees to carry out their tasks efficiently and effectively and emphasized the importance of benefiting from Singapore's expertise in this domain.
Lord Hain is the author of 20 books and is Visiting Professor at the University of South Wales, Visiting Fellow at Swansea University and Visiting Teacher at the Civil Service College.
Sheikh Hamad bin Salim bin Marhoon al- Maamari Legal Adviser at the Office of the Minister of the Diwan of Royal Court, delivered a speech on behalf of the participants in the Development of Advisory Capacity to Advisers of the Diwan of Royal Court program, which was carried out by the Competence Development Institute in cooperation with the Civil Service College of Singapore.
The programme will be offered next year in co-operation with the ministry and in partnership with the Singaporean Civil Service College, said the institute in a statement.
This program is offered next year in cooperation with the Finance Minister and in partnership with the Singaporean Civil Service College.
With the aim of providing analyses and insights for policy makers trying to anticipate future crises, editor Donald Low has assembled nine contributions from his colleagues at the Civil Service College Singapore, and other behavioral economists, many of whom work in Singapore's public sector.
He affirmed that the novel programme initiated as a joint venture by the Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration (SLIDA) in collaboration with the Civil Service College (CSC) of Singapore, on the basis of co-financing from the Temasek Foundation and the Government of Sri Lanka will surely be helpful to equip the country's public servants with technology and knowledge.
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