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CSC skeds transactional communication, memorandum writing for employees

By Rose B. Palacio

Davao City (6 August) -- The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has scheduled a 3-day seminar on "Applied Government Transactional Correspondence" including documentation, resolution and memorandum writing useful for powerful communication.

CSC regional director Annabelle B. Rosell said today's government employee desires to be efficient and effective in serving their clientele regardless of their agencies. The aim is for excellent and quality service for the public.

The coming seminar is a follow up to the workshop on documentation, resolution and memorandum writing to develop appropriate planning techniques to cope with leadership demands. Through varied approaches and techniques in imparting latest trends on transactional correspondence, we hope we would be of help in meeting official needs in every government agency, Director Rosell said.

The 3-day seminar on Applied Government Transactional Correspondence will be held on August 27-29, 2008 at the CSC Function Hall along Ecoland, Davao City. A training fee of P3,000 per participant is required.

The CSC is inviting officials and employees interested and those primarily involved in the preparation of organizational correspondence to attend the seminar.

This is a "first-come, first served" basis considering that CSC can only accommodate a maximum of fifty participants per batch. In excess of 50, participants will be included in the next schedule of same training.

For more clarification, contact the CSC Human Resource Division at (082)299-1727 or (082)200-1724 local 124. (CSC/PIA) [top]

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