08/11/2018 Vesti 0

The Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government, in cooperation with National Center of the Territorial Civil Service (CNFPT), organised a roundtable on the topic “Professional training in local government units, regulations and practices in the Republic of France and the Republic of Serbia” at SKIP Center. At the conference, representatives of the CNFPT highlighted the importance of creating practical conditions that will enable local officials to be actors of their own professional improvement, as well as the importance of developing various training for the employees. This is fundamental training – tailored to the principal needs of officials at the beginning of their careers and aimed at the further professionalisation in accordance with the expectations of officers, and mandatory training – tailored to the specific requirements of officials and specialised jobs. To further improve the civil service system, the most important thing is that state provides support to all the employees in their status and professional development and acts as a reliable partner to local governments and guarantees professionalisation in accordance with the vision of further development of the public service. Before the Round Table, the High Representatives of the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government, Assistant Minister Jasmina Benmansur, Head of the Vocational Education and Training Sector (VET) – European Commission, Sanja Putnik, in charge of European Integration, and Natalija Pavlović Šiniković from the Department for Good Governance Development  and Claudine Justafre, Public Administration Reform Expert at the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government, led by State Secretary Dr. Ivan Bošnjak received the delegation of France led by François En-Braun, head of the Training and Partnership Sector of the National Center for the Professional Development of Employees in Local Self-Government Units. At the meeting, the experiences were exchanged of the two countries from the civil service system and the field of professional development of employees.