The next courses of the President’s Reserve have started

The next 7th courses of professional retraining of the staff members in the Presidential Reserve started in the Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies.

12 heads of law enforcement bodies from all regions, including the Prosecutor’s Office, the Interior, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the Economic Investigation Service came to raise the qualification.

The main goal of the courses is to prepare reservists for future responsible work, to improve their professional and managerial competencies.

The opening ceremony was attended by senior officials of the Presidential Administration and the General Prosecutor’s Office.

Along with the development and improvement of the professional skills of effective leadership, analytical and communicative qualities, the subjects of the courses cover the issues of national security, counteraction against terrorism and extremism, corruption, strategic aspects of the country, as well as aspects of application of modern information technologies in crime detection.

Knowledge and work experience in these areas with reservists will be shared by leading domestic and foreign experts, as well as heads of state and law enforcement agencies.
It should be noted that within the framework of this educational project, 63 reservists were trained at the Academy, 17 of whom have been appointed to higher management positions after the completion of the course.