NSG’S CLEAN AUDIT CAPTURES DEPUTY MINISTER CHIKUNGA

This past Friday, the National School of Government (NSG) staff convened for a brief meeting...
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THE ACTING PRINCIPAL GIVES FEEDBACK OF THE NSG STRATEGIC SESSION

The Acting Principal of National School of Government provided feedback to all staff,...
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PSTF Provincial Peer Learning Exchange Seminar Kimberley

Earlier this month the National School of Government (NSG), with support of the European...
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Protection of Personal Information ACT 2013

The Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (Act No.4 of 2013) (‘POPIA’) gives effect to...
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Human Rights Month 2019

Human Rights Month is commemorated in March to remind South Africans about the sacrifices...
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Advanced Acquisition Management

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Advanced Project Management for the Public Service

Advanced Project Management for the Public…
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Job Evaluation Initial

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Job Evaluation Follow-up

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Introduction to Assets Management

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Introduction to M&E

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Contract Management – PFMA

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Grievance and Disciplinary Action Procedures

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Organisational Design

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Project Khaedu – Field Assignment

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PILIR – Policy & Procedure on Incapacity Leave & Ill Health Retirement

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Core and Job Description

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Labour Relations for Managers in the Public Service

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Excellent Customer Service for Frontline Staff

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Demand Management

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Basic Project Management for the Public Service

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Project Khaedu- Methods and Perspectives

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Finance for Non-Financial Managers

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Bid Committees – PFMA

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Supply Chain Management

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The National School Of Government

The National School of Government has to play a significant role in overseeing the professional common purpose in addressing the systemic challenges of Public Service delivery, through the learning and development of public officials. In doing so, the NSG has to integrate lessons and experiences from the past to develop and improve on current skills and empower the current generation of public servants; and determining a conduit for producing future public servants with a vastness of competitive opportunities and abilities to innovate. The National Development Plan confirms that the uneven performance at national, provincial and local government results from interplay between a complex set of factors including tensions in the political-administrative instability of the administrative leadership, skills deficits, the erosion of accountability and authority, poor organisational design, inappropriate staffing and low staff morale. Therefore, the NSG is a call to build a capable and developmental state that will assist in correcting some of the inefficiencies in the public service.

Vision
​​The National School of Government (NSG) aims to contribute to establishing a capable, professional and responsive public sector that is committed to, and has institutionalised, the values and policies of a developmental state. This would be a public sector that delivers services that are able to address the challenges of poverty and inequality.


Mission
The NSG is responsible for learning and development programmes in a uniform public sector with the objective of developing a professional, responsive and capable public sector, driven by the imperative of a developmental state. A culture and ethos of service will be imbued throughout the public sector, meeting the expectations of stakeholders and communities, and based on policy commitments of government >>>More Information.

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