CIAMC calls on Administrators to certify as professionals

Ignatius Baffour Awuah, Minister for Employment and Labour Relations

The Chartered Institute of Administrators and Management Consultants – Ghana (CIAMC) has advanced efforts to ensure that administrators in country get certified to be professional in their line of duty.

This was highlighted during a one-day conference held by the Institute, which brought together the family of administrators to grow in their professional development for effective partnership in achieving organizational goals and national development.

The theme for the conference is: “Growing Together as Admin Professionals: Partnering in National Development.”

Administrative professionals are the individuals who constitute the administrative support system of corporate Ghana and beyond.

The key objectives of the conference are to educate and enlighten members on the tenets of best administrative practices, as well as the public and relevant stakeholders on the pivotal role of the administration in the success of every organization.

The Institute will further launch a competency framework for excellent administration practice, as well as commission a working committee to plan admin professional’s week celebration for 2020.

Research suggests that both management and peer recognition are highly coveted by employees at all levels, and both can go a long way in terms of employee engagement, motivation and performance.

In an interview, the Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah noted that training people to get the best out of professionals is the way to go.

The Institute looks forward to inspire administrative support staffs to develop professionally and move up the career ladder with confidence.