A three month long training programme for Liberia law and enforcement agencies is underway at GIMPA.
The training which begun last February is aimed at building the capacity of the 6th batch of 27 officials to enable them excel at their job.
The course, post graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Certificate in Public Administration is being funded by the Irish Aid of the United Nations.
GIMPA has in the past trained 5 batches of senior officers of Liberian police and the current intake brings the total to 119 police officers.
Prof. Samuel Bonsu, Dean of the Business School, in his welcome urged the participants to focus and work assiduously ahead of the training and put into practice the knowledge and skills that would be acquired after the training.
He also stressed the need for them to follow in the footsteps of their predecessors who, according to him, demonstrated maturity and professionalism while pursuing the same programme.
On his part, DCOP Randolph Dennis, leader of the team commended GIMPA and the United Nations for organizing the programme.
The officers are expected to undertake course such as Introduction to Human Resource Management, Introduction to Organizational Behaviour, Introduction to Budgeting and Finance Management.