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The second batch of the Professional Civil Servant Program start training using the digital platform of the National Training Academy

December 13 2020

The National Training Academy began today the training of the second batch of the fourth phase of the Professional Civil Servant Program in Suez, Luxor, Ismailia, Aswan and South Sinai, with a total of 461 trainees. The training will continue for 25 days via the digital platform of the National Training Academy.
The Professional Civil Servant Program seeks to establish firm foundations and standards for the behavior of a public employee. The program is based on such main pillars as public administration, change management, building work teams, state administrative reform, public relations, media influence, etiquette, protocol, modern technological concepts, leadership and communication skills, as well as national awareness, identity and national security.
It is worth noting that the Professional Civil Servant Program is considered a national initiative presented by the National Training Academy in cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Ministry of Local Development, with the aim of raising the efficiency of employees in the state’s administrative apparatus. The program develops the capabilities and skills of middle management leaders in governmental entities and prepares young cadres capable of assuming leadership positions, contributing to the development of the work system, improving of the level of performance, and providing the best service to Egyptians. 357 employees were trained in the first batch of the fourth phase last June, and the National Training Academy aims to train 11,000 employees in all governorates. 3702 employees have been trained in total for the four stages of the program so far.
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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