Responding to the call to public service is one of the highest forms of patriotism through selfless service to country. However, the transition from the private sector to government service is challenging given the many laws, rules and regulations that govern the way government leaders live, work, and collaborate with other government agencies.
Many government officials and employees are accused of wrongdoing out of ignorance. They get scandalized, their reputations are destroyed, they are expelled, convicted, jailed, perpetually disqualified from serving in government, and feasted on by media. Don’t let this happen to you and your family.
Enroll in this training and learn valuable insights, practical tips, and best practices advice while serving in government. Understand the norms of conduct, responsibilities, accountabilities, common pitfalls to avoid and important caveats in government service. Avoid mistakes, accelerate your learning curve, become an efficient and effective leader, and stay out of trouble while serving in government.
Course Director & Lecturer: ATTY. ZOILO L. ANDIN, JR. -
He is an expert practitioner, lecturer, consultant, and adviser to many national and local government agencies, private companies, and law firms on Administrative and Procurement Law. His expertise in public service was honed by his former government positions:
• President and Chief Operations Officer, NORTHRAIL Corporation
• Deputy Administrator, Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System
• Executive Director of the National Solid Waste Management Commission and
the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission
As part of his advocacy, he has coached, guided, provided valuable tips and best practices advice to many government officials entering public service. He is a lecturer on Government Procurements for the MCLE Programs of the UP College of Law and the Ateneo School of Law.