The École Nationale D’Administration (ENA) is one of the most prestigious graduate schools in France established in 1945 by Michel Debré to identify and train senior executives in the country and enable its graduates to reach high levels in both public & private sectors.
The declaration signed on October 24th, 2017, between the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry and his French counterpart, Jean-Yves Le Drian, is a part of an initiative to strengthen cultural, educational, higher educational, scientific and technical cooperation between Egypt & France. Both the National Training Academy and ENA decided to launch ENA Egypt program, which aims to train and enable all Egyptian civil servants to accommodate and adapt to changing managerial & administrative needs.
The GCSP is an international foundation established in 1995, with 52 member states, with the primary purpose of promoting peace, security and international cooperation through executive education, dialogue opportunities, policy analysis and research. It offers a global platform of knowledge and practices of international security affairs based on new innovative teaching methods centered on bridging experience and expertise. The Centre also supports a multidisciplinary, multicultural and multigenerational group of talented individuals and helps in incubating and accelerating the promising projects in the fields of peace and security by offering spaces and resources that support research, foster creativity and collaboration, and expand networks. More than 1300 participants graduate from the GCSP annually, making its Alumni community more than 7200 graduates, some of which hold prestigious titles such as: Heads of State, Foreign Minister, Head of Armed Forces, Ambassador, Chief Executive Director, and UN Special Representative.
The National Training Academy signed a memorandum of understanding with the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP) on May 1st in Geneva, within the National Academy’s strategic framework to support partnerships with major international entities to transfer and exchange of information and expertise, and to build and develop the capabilities and skills of leading cadres through study trips, visits and fellowship opportunities in various fields.
The National Human Resources Development Institute (NHI), since its establishment in 1949, is the cradle of training and development for public officials in Korea, and has sought to foster government officials who will lead change and innovation efforts. NHI carries out its role as the hub of public HRD by strengthening education on public service values, leadership, and global competencies. NHI shares and disseminates the governing philosophy of the administration to the government sector, while conducting public HRD focusing on public service values, leadership, expertise, and global competency. As a leading institution in national human resources development, NHI seeks to commit to public HRD research, to establish and operate the government e-Learning Platform, and to engage in exchange and cooperation with domestic public HRD organizations. NHI also reinforces global learning and relevant networks to spread the Korean wave in public administration.
A cooperation protocol has been signed on Wednesday 2nd of September 2020, through video conference event, between Dr. Rascha Ragheb, Executive Director of NTA, and Ms. Park Chun-ran, President of NHI, under the patronage of Dr. Hazem Fahmy, Ambassador of Egypt to Korea, and Mr. Hong Jin-wook, Ambassador of Korea to Egypt.
The main objective of this partnership is to establish cooperation in public sector leadership development and education, training, academic research, and public sector human resource development.
Within the framework of the convergence of the visions of both the National Training Academy and the Ministry of State for Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs to train and support the cadres of Egyptian youth abroad, the two parties signed a protocol to cooperate together and work jointly in achieving that vision. The Ministry of State for Emigration and the National Training Academy agreed to include training programs from the academy within the Ministry programs related to young Egyptians abroad visits to their home country. As well as to connect the youth from the Presidential Leadership program to these Egyptian youth residing abroad, to exchange experiences among them and create joint working groups that help find solutions to the challenges facing Egypt.
VNG International is the international cooperation agency of the Association of the Dutch Municipalities. VNG (the Association) is one of the oldest and strongest local government associations in the world. The primary aim of VNG International is to support the strengthening of public and local government institutions around the world, using long and broad experience in the domain of governance and social change, and following an approach built on peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and experiences.
VNGI believes that the whole world shares the same global ambitions and challenges, but that solutions to these challenges must only be fit with the context of each community.
Forms of cooperation between NTA and VNGI:
a. Collaboration on human resources development in public administration and local governance.
b. Exchange of experience and knowledge in the fields of developing public sector leadership training, public administration and local governance.
c. Exchange of publications and academic reports, and implementation of joint publications on public administration and local governance.
d. Exchange of experts and trainers in the fields of public administration, local governance, human resources development, and training.
e. Exchange of study visits.
f. Implementation of joint programs and the organization of workshops, conferences, and symposia.
g. Development of training content for joint programs.
– The Korea Institute of Human Resources Development in Science and Technology (KIRD) was established in 2007 to be the institution responsible for developing human cadres and scientific and technological talents in Korea.
– The institute offers a set of different training programs in the field of human resource development in science and technology, as well as the implementation of various projects to develop the talents required by the new era in line with global progress in the fields of digital transformation and information technology, and how to apply this to the training courses offered by the institute.
– The institute seeks to lead the future education in Korea by diversifying educational methods and innovative teaching and learning systems using digital transformation.
– The institute offers an e-platform “K-Live Studio”, through which many training programs are offered. The platform also allows the application of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in these programs.
– The institute aims to make innovation faster than ever before in order to develop the scientific and technological talents that will lead the future in Korea.
– The Institute supports the development of human resource development systems in the various national entities in order to enhance the efficiency and productivity of workers in national entities.
Areas of cooperation between NTA & KIRD
– Development and support of online content for developing human resources in the field of science and technology for both Parties.
– Exchange of experience and knowledge in the field of leadership development, human resources development, education, and training of human resources in the field of science and technology.
– Implementation of joint programs for the development of human resources in the field of science and technology;
– Joint planning and hosting of forums and symposiums for the development of human resources in the field of science and technology;
– Exchange of experts in human resources development in the field of science and technology;
– Any other forms of cooperation that may be jointly decided upon by the Parties.
About the institute:
Korea Advanced Institute Of Science and Technology (KAIST) is the first and top science and technology university in Korea. KAIST was established in 1971 to be a model university focusing on the enjoyment of outstanding human resources in science and technology that the nation needs, and to be Korea’s gateway to science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship in addition to development Economic in Korea and beyond.
KAIST has set itself a new model for research universities in Korea. KAIST ranks the first in Korea and the 39th in the QS World University Rankings 2021. KAIST fosters talents who exhibit creativity, embrace challenges, and possess caring minds in creating knowledge and translating it into transformative innovation.
KAIST consists of six institutes, KI for the BioCentury, KI for Information Technology Convergence, KI for Robotics, KI for NanoCentury, KI for Health Science and Technology, and KI for Artificial Intelligence. KAIST has Daedeok Innopolis, which is the largest scientific and technological R&D cluster in Korea, comprising government & private research institutes, start-ups and venture companies.
Areas of cooperation:
The National Council for Women is keen on strengthening its efforts to support women and improving their capacities also enabling them economically, socially and politically. It contributes in leadership and decision-making positions to penetrate the fields of entrepreneurship and human development as primary and fundamental tracks for improving the indicators of Egyptian women in Egypt 2030 vision and sustainable development goals by focusing on the fifth goal of the empowerment of women, in addition to the positive impact on the improvement of national indicators at the regional and international level.
The National Training Academy, represented by Dr. Rascha Ragheb, Executive Director of the Academy, signed a cooperation protocol with the National Council for Women, represented by Dr. Maya Morsi, the President of the Council, supporting the National Training Academy’s belief in the role and status of Egyptian women. This cooperation includes that the Academy trains the young leaders of the National Council for Women and qualifies them for leadership as wells as prepares the Academy to be a friendly institution for working mothers, at the headquarters of the Council.