The High School of Public Governance has launched four general short-term developing programmes under the educational project “Management of the De-occupied Territory”, which have already trained 174 public servants of categories B and C and local government officials.
In the near future, it is also planned to prepare an online course on “Governance at the de-occupied territories” with the participation of representatives of state authorities and civil-military administrations and to implement two more short-term training programmes.
It should be noted that the High School will implement 14 short-term advanced development programmes on de-occupation and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory and management of the de-occupied territory. Between June and November 2023, 534 people will be trained.
The purpose of these programmes is to develop practice-oriented skills, ensure the reintegration of the liberated territories and sustainable development of Ukraine.
High School of Public Governance has initiated the development of advanced training programmes to execute the action plan for implementation of the Strategy for De-occupation and Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territory. After all, one of the main challenges for the public service is the post-war restoration of the country and the formation of a large reserve for the practical implementation of the tasks and functions of the state in the de-occupied territories. Representatives of public authorities and local governments, higher education institutions, and international technical assistance projects joined the development of the curricula.