The Academy completed the training of another group of young prosecutors who first entered the service.
The training was held with an emphasis on the development of key professional competencies of prosecutors – industry-wide, informational, written, communicative.
The training format is designed to provide practical orientation and maximum mastery of the necessary knowledge and skills of supervisory work.
So, within a month, students mastered the techniques of oratory and psychology, theoretical and practical aspects of working with procedural and other official documents, underwent fire, drill and physical training.
By the end of the training process, young specialists successfully passed the final control of knowledge and showed a good level of mastering the curriculum, readiness to fulfill the powers of the prosecutor.
The results of the training ended with a discussion of problematic issues of law enforcement practice.