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Public Servants Training Centre

2 December 2010

Center for Public ServantsPublic servants can now improve their skills thanks to a new Public Servants Training Centre founded on 2 November at Yerevan State University (YSU) in cooperation with the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts.
The centre will allow civil servants to be retrained by local and foreign specialists, to improve the quality of their services and get acquainted with European standards. The YSU Public Servants Training Centre was founded in the framework of the programme TEMPUS ECESIS (Educational Centers’ Network on Modern Technologies of Local Governing) with financial support from the European Union.
“The project will assist retraining of civil servants in a new network of training centres envisaged to be established”, said Alexander Grigoryan, the Vice-rector on Academic Affairs of YSU.
The overall goal of TEMPUS ECESIS is, indeed, to create a network of educational centres for retraining civil servants in Ukraine, Russia, Armenia and Moldova. The first pilot group of Armenian public servants has already been trained in EU partner universities as part of the programme.

Public Servants Training Centre

Center for Public ServantsPublic servants can now improve their skills thanks to a new Public Servants Training Centre founded on 2 November at Yerevan State University (YSU) in cooperation with the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts. The centre will allow civil servants to be retrained by local and foreign specialists, to improve the quality of their services and get acquainted with European standards. The YSU Public Servants Training Centre was founded in the framework of the programme TEMPUS ECESIS (Educational Centers' Network on Modern Technologies of Local Governing) with financial support from the European Union. “The project will assist retraining of civil servants in a new network of training centres envisaged to be established”, said Alexander Grigoryan, the Vice-rector on Academic Affairs of YSU. The overall goal of TEMPUS ECESIS is, indeed, to create a network of educational centres for retraining civil servants in Ukraine, Russia, Armenia and Moldova. The first pilot group of Armenian public servants has already been trained in EU partner universities as part of the programme.