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    56 teachers join three-day induction programme

    James Kon

    A total of 56 teachers yesterday attended an induction programme for new teachers organised by the Ministry of Education (MoE) through the Educators Management Department at An-Najah Hall of the Civil Service Institute (IPA).

    The programme aims to provide guidance to new teachers to allow them to adapt to their work environment and perform their duties and responsibilities diligently.

    Participants will also gain vital aspects of being good civil servants such as possesing strong moral values and work ethics, as well as being independent, self-directed, and committed to realising the vision and mission of the MoE.

    Deputy Permanent Secretary (Core Education) at the Ministry of Education Aliuddin bin Haji Abdul Rahman attended as the guest of honour.

    The event began with welcoming remarks by Acting Director of the Educators Management Department Masdiah binti Haji Tuah, as chairperson of the induction programme, followed by the guest of honour’s address and the official opening of the programme.

    The three-day programme will include briefings by heads of departments from the MoE as well as a sharing session.

    In addition, the participants will join workshops conducted by officials from the Department of Schools.

    ABOVE & BELOW: Deputy Permanent Secretary (Core Education) at the Ministry of Education Aliuddin bin Haji Abdul Rahman at the event; and teachers during the ceremony. PHOTOS: JAMES KON

    ABOVE & BELOW: Acting Director of the Department of Educators Management Masdiah binti Awang Haji Tuah delivers her remarks; and the participants

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