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Bakit palaging nakaseminar ang mga government employee?

Pansin kolang pati mga konsehal. Halos kada buwan.


  • Continuous training and education po ito.

    Ano po ang inyong problema?
  • F-A SoldierF-A Soldier PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    1. Excuse to bond as a group

    2. It's pretty common for non-profit ('leadership programs')

    3. Common among medical professionals ('continuing education')

    4. Excuse to go out and have fun (ie regarding no. 3, I don't know about govt. but seminars and convention are often conducted in resorts)

    5. Good for networking/see what other regions are doing

    Basta appropriate naman nothing wrong with that siguro.


  • Wala po ako problema. Nagtatanong lang po at gusto ko ng sagot. At salamat sa sagot panis na puto.
  • ach_chooach_choo PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    OK, I was a science research specialist in the Government for a number of years. Now, you think professionals in the private sector have the advantage of being at the "cutting edge." But a government scientist has a more rigorous requirement: he/she needs to better understand the basics of what the private sector is doing. Otherwise, you can't regulate. You want to get a MA/PhD abroad? Be a career government employee in some specialized field like banking, economics, industry, finance, treasury. You get tonnes of seminars and trainings (some of them abroad.) And if there's a foreign-funded project, a MA/PhD program in the host country is usually included in the contract (for selected personnel in that Government agency, of course.)

    Just this: technical positions in the Government have stringent admissions requirements. No bullsh|t about a UP/ADMU/DLSU diploma. You get tested, need good grades, in addition to having the relevant PRC license.
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