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Establishment of Civil Service Training Advisory Board
     The Civil Service Bureau announced today (October 25) the establishment of the Civil Service Training Advisory Board to give guidance on training programmes for the civil service and its long-term development strategy, and to prepare for the development of the new civil service college.

     The Secretary for the Civil Service, Mr Joshua Law, said, "In her 2018 Policy Address, the Chief Executive announced the setting up of a civil service training advisory board. We hope that members of the advisory board from different backgrounds will provide their professional views to help further enhance training for civil servants in areas including leadership, interactive communication with the public, use of innovation and technology, national development and international affairs.

     "Before the establishment of the civil service college, we will continue to enhance training for civil servants to meet the needs of society."

     The Chairman and members of the Civil Service Training Advisory Board are appointed by the Chief Executive, and comprise academics, human resource management experts, professionals with rich experience in public administration and others. The appointment will be for a term of three years, from November 1, 2019, to October 31, 2022.

     The membership of the board is as follows:

Dr Victor Fung Kwok-king

Secretary for the Civil Service

Non-official Members
Dr Chan Po-ling
Mr Justice Patrick Chan Siu-oi
Mr Raymund Chao Pak-ki
Mr Warner Cheuk Wing-hing
Ms Florence Chung Wai-yee
Ms Ho Hang-yin
Mr Peter Ho Siu-ping
Mr Lee Luen-fai
Dr Carrie Willis Yau Sheung-mui
Professor Richard Wong Yue-chim
Professor Wong Yuk-shan

Ex-officio Members
Permanent Secretary for the Civil Service
Permanent Secretary for Development (Works)
Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology
Permanent Secretary for Security

     Apart from the Civil Service Training Advisory Board, the Civil Service Bureau will continue to maintain close communication with other bureaux and departments as well as staff representatives to ensure that training for civil servants will keep pace with the times.
Ends/Friday, October 25, 2019
Issued at HKT 15:30
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