Before I write Wheatake 29 let me remind an unethical entity who thinks he is anonymous that I disapprove of using and redesigning Wheatake 28 without my permission. Remember those who play with fire will get burn.
I scanned the document outlining the framework for the implementation of the CoI's recommendations. At the cursory glance I noticed that the threatened indictment of the people was excluded. Several centuries ago Edmund Burke said "I do not know the method of drawing up an indictment against a whole people." Such an "indictment" would have been fodder for a serious political fire which was smouldering.
The next thing that I noted is the absence of a training programme in accord with the new understanding and new thinking. As the government recalibrates and redefines its plans, value systems, rules, regulations and laws it has to engender new mind sets in the employees by equipping them with appropriate knowledge and skill sets. That cannot be an ad hoc engagement. It has to be an integral part of the recalibrating and refining process. In other words a "refuelling" of public servants. As an educator of sixty plus years at all levels of our education system, I know what I am talking about. Remember the BVI has a culture unlike the UK culture. Leaders need to take the education of our people more serious. I will address that in the future.
The third thing I obseve is some of the timelines are unreslistic. I am not sure if they are final therefore I will not make any further comment.
- Dr. Charles H. Wheatley