The Permanent Secretary of Labour Commenced Training for the 20th Class of Middle-Level Labour Managers


On November 23, 2020, at 08.30 hours, Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suthi Sukosol presided over the training course for the Ministry of Labour’s 20th Class of mid-level labour managers, in an online format using ZOOM, at the meeting room of the Human Resources Management Division, 10th floor, Ministry of Labour. He said that the Intermediate Labour Management Program for the Ministry of Labour’s 20th Class is an important course that focuses on developing middle-level labour managers, which is a key part of human resources in the organization. Such managers are like middlemen, taking policies from senior management and transforming them into practice. They are the driving force in every aspect of management. Therefore, he requested all participants in the room and at the agencies to concentrate and harvest knowledge and experience and take what has been passed on by the speakers. And from the exchange of knowledge, to apply it to work at full capacity, becoming a modern leader with strategic thinking abilities, in terms of self-management, people management, and administration. He emphasized that participants must know and understand modern management principles and techniques, including communication skills, to motivate and create cooperation in working properly with roles, duties, and responsibilities. More importantly, the participants’ roles must contribute to building the government sector’s image to be free from corruption, adhere to morality and ethics, perform duties with integrity and eliminate discrimination, including having to think and create work to lead the organization to positive changes in the future.

In this regard, the training course for middle-level labour managers included participants from the Office of the Permanent Secretary of Labour, the Department of Employment, the Department of Skill Development, the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare the Social Security Office, for a total of 50 people.


Source: Ministry of Labour


Leave a Reply