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The beginning of the training program for the counsellors of the Administrative Prosecution Authority at the National Training Academy

September 16 2020

The training program for the counsellors of the Administrative Prosecution Authority began at the National Training Academy. The program aims to train 68 trainees from September 2020 to March 2021 as the first stage of the training plan for 915 candidates nominated for the position of Vice President of the Authority. This is in light of the cooperation protocol between the Academy and the Authority, which was signed last August.

The program raises the counsellors’ awareness of the challenges facing Egypt, its strategy towards the future and the development of the Egyptians. The content of the program revolves around effective leadership skills, emotional and social intelligence, negotiation skills, time and crisis management, managing successful teamwork, change management, etiquette, public relationships, public speaking, ethics and business code of conduct.
It is worth mentioning that Dr. Rasha Ragheb, The Executive Director of the National Training Academy, and Counsellor Essam Al-Minshawi, Head of the Administrative Prosecution Authority, signed a cooperation protocol between the Academy and the Authority. The protocol aims to develop the expertise and capabilities of the members of the Administrative Prosecution Authority to keep pace with all legal, administrative and technical developments, to provide them with the requirements needed for achieving complete justice, to improve the administrative work system and to establish values and standards of accountability, integrity and transparency, at their workplace.
About the National Training Academy:
The National Training Academy was established upon a presidential decree in August 2017 to be the beacon of development and learning in Egypt and the driving force for human development in the fields of science and knowledge at the local, regional and international levels.

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