Speaking at the launching, Mr Rukale the nature of his ministry is quite technical unlike other government line ministries.
He said most officers in the past until a few weeks ago were on fixed term appointments, which the Ministry of Public Service has given permanent appointments.
“I believe with this document the ministry is determined to pursue its intention for the manpower capacity building in a more formal and coordinated manner,” Mr Rukale said.
He said the document will also ensure capacity building in his ministry’s current and future training needs, which will greatly enhance the work of peace building and state building in Solomon Islands.
“This is reflected well in the ministry’s 2013 budget and work programme,” he said.
He added the direction his ministry is currently shifting into especially in the field of peace building and state building requires deeper understanding in various disciplines in order to deal with scenarios at hand.
“This is where the need to train and acquire more skills is very crucial.”
Present in the launching were Minister Hypolite Taremae, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Public Service Ishmael Avui, and government official.
The document is a first of its kind for the ministry.
By Elliot Dawea
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