BANDUNG-As an effort to encourage their cadres' potential, West Java Regional Representative Board (Depidar) of Central Organization for Independent Employees of Indonesia (SOKSI) planned to hold training programme.
The training programme will be held for three days, start from February 26th-28th 2017 at Asrilia Hotel, Pelajar Pejuang street, Bandung, as planned.
Head of West Java Regional Representative Board of Central Organization for Independent Employees of Indonesia, Yod Mintaraga, said that the training programme is a routine event which is held by West Java Depidar Soksi to encourage their cadres' potential. "Basically the main programme of Soksi is to produce national cadres to have high integrity and quality to the vision mission of Soksi, including to maintain Five Philosophical Foundation (Pancasila) and The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia (UUD 1945)," said Yod, Saturday (25/2).
Yod added, the training programme will be attented by all cadres from cities and regencies in West Java. Including the executive board and concentrating institution of Soksi, such as wirakarya, maker focus, baladika karya and women independent (wanita swadiri). "So the aim is to create high quality cadres who possess Pancasila and NKRI spirit," he said.
According to him, there are going to a lot of material that will be given to the cadres, such as strengthening mental and the attitudes of the cadres to be a leader. For example, how to communicate and chair a meeting and etc.
"For example the material of how to chair a meeting, how to communicate in politics and organization. Another substansial problem related to politics, all are in the context of devoting to the community, nation, and country. All Soksi's cadres must be ready to be placed any where, as their name is nation cadres," he said.
Soksi hoped that the cadres who had been trained could apply their knowledge to the society and become the leaders of the nation.
"We hope that they can be instructors to continue the training programme in their cities or regencies. So they know the regulation mechanism of organization wherever they are," he said. (Pun)