Report of the West African Survey Mission on the Training of Civil Servants in the Gold Coast
Government Printer, 1954 - Civil service - 102 pages
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Accra Administrative Officers appointed apprenticeship training aspect background knowledge carried Central Training Civil Servants Civil Service Shorthand/Typing Civil Service Training Clerical and Executive Clerical Officers consider course is given courses held Departmental Training Officers Departments devolution duties efficiency efforts emphasis English Studies English training entrants envisage Executive Class Executive grades existing external training form of training formal training courses full-time further education given in Appendix Gold Coast Civil Government business Higher Executive Officer initial training instruction Instructors Kumasi Methods Mission necessary Officers posted outlined planned practice Reception Course recommend Regional Organisation Regional Training Regional Training Centre responsibility Senior Executive Officers senior officers Service Shorthand/Typing Schools Service Training Centre sound lines Staff Training Centre Stenographer-Secretaries storekeepers suggested supervisors supervisory function supervisory training techniques theoretical training training in English training needs training of Clerical training organisation needed training programmes type of training typist training various grades West African