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European Network Training Organisation for Local and Regional Authorities

Actif en Région wallonne, le Conseil régional de la Formation est un lieu de Concertation des acteurs concernés (services du Gouvernement wallon, partenaires sociaux représentatifs des travailleurs, organismes représentatifs des entités locales et provinciales) par la Formation du personnel du secteur public local et provincial (communes, provinces, intercommunales).
Il a notamment pour mission de rendre des avis et de formuler, à son initiative, des recommandations concernant : l’harmonisation et l’actualisation des formations existantes, l’organisation de formations nouvelles, l’agréation des formations, la certification des formateurs. toute disposition relative à la formation.

Ces avis et recommandations sont adressés au Gouvernement wallon et sont transcrits en circulaires permettant de préciser ou compléter la législation existante.

Il est chargé par le Gouvernement wallon :

De la consolidation des besoins de formation ;
De l’animation des rouages de la formation ;
De l’agrément, de la validation et de l’évaluation des formations ;
De la conceptualisation et de la mise en place d’un outil d’aide à la décision facilitant l’établissement des plans de formation ;
De la coordination du travail d’identification des métiers et d’établir des références emplois ;
De la conception d’ un mécanisme de validation des compétences ;
De la conceptualisation et de la mise en oeuvre d’un cahier individuel de compétence.

Notre travail concerne avant tout le personnel des entités locales et provinciales c’est-à dire plus de 130000 agents appartenant à plus de 500 métiers .De plus, en remplissant son rôle de coordinateur et grâce à la mise en place d’une plate forme de concertation associant l’ensemble des acteurs, le Conseil régional de la Formation à une influence et un contact privilégié avec les Instituts provinciaux de Formation et les opérateurs publics de Formation oeuvrant en Région wallonne.

Créé à la fin des années 1990, le Conseil régional de la Formation dispose d’une expérience non négligeable dans l’organisation, la gestion et la coordination du secteur de la Formation à destination des entités locales et provinciales. La position unique du Conseil en tant que lieu de rencontre des acteurs du secteur lui permet une vue d’ensemble de la Formation (besoins, moyens, résultats,..)

Dès lors il peut apporter aux autres membres un témoignage de nombreuses expériences et actions développées au sein de la Région wallonne.

July 24th, 2017

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CNFPT is a public body deconcentrated on France territory and is in charge of training for 1.8 local French civil servants. It supports local autorithies in managing human resources. Its main mission consists in building and delivering compulsory training programs: integration programs, professionalisation programs, programms for specific works. CNFPT proposes also not-compulsory training programs aimed at supporting civil servants in their professional development.

July 6th, 2017

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The Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) was created in 1994. The Institute’s four individual schools offer BA and MA programs as well as training courses in the spheres of Public Affairs, Local Governance, Journalism, International Affairs and Law alongside a PhD program in Social Sciences. The teaching curricula, which is founded on the principles of liberal democracy, freedom of speech and innovation, offer students theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills through the integration of research and interactive teaching. GIPA is a national center for the development of best practices in Public Administration, Law, Politics and Journalism in Georgia. From the beginning of its establishment, GIPA has brought together successful leaders from business, media, civil society and the public services to contribute to developing effective governance at the state, municipal and local levels as well as independent and viable media in Georgia through interactive educational programs, research and training. Apart from the graduate degree and certified training programs, GIPA carries out many successful research and training projects and manages the first English-language and student-run Radio GIPA. GIPA has four schools and two departments: School of Government, Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management; School of Law and Politics; School of Social Sciences; Research Department; Georgian Rural Development Department. GIPA is presently employing 82 staff members and 39 professors.

July 6th, 2017

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ERAP is a HR competence centre and a training centre whose mission is to develop the competences local governments staff in Bruxelles area. 12 people and 1 stagiaire are regularly working in ERAP. Trainers are generally engaged on a task base. ERAP activities are focused on planning and implementing training offers, supporting HR policies implementation, organizing seminars and steering thematic working groups. Founded jointly by municipalities from Bruxelles area and the Government of Bruxelles-Capital Region, ERAP mission consists in being a partner, a consultant and a support for a long-term maganagement of emplyment and compentences trough some key HR tasks: recruitment, training, assessment, carrer planning, mobility, diversity promotion.

July 6th, 2017

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The Training Centre “Dainava” for Civil Servants and Local Administration is a non-profit making institution founded in 1996 by the Ministry of Public Administration Reforms and Local Authorities or the Republic or Lithuania. Centre “Dainava” was originally set up to study and analyse the needs for qualification improvement in regional and local administration and prepare training programmes and training materials. Since 1996 Centre “Dainava” has
organised seminars on problematic issues, holds conferences, develops and implements various relevant projects.
Main fields of activity:
  • Training of Civil Servants
  • Survey on training needs of the Civil Service
  • Preparation of training programmes and training materials
  • Organisation of courses, seminars and international conferences and other events concerning the improvement in the qualifications of civil servants.

Clients:

  • Civil Servants from ministries, departments, counties, regions, municipalities, employees from enterprises which belong to government and municipalities.

Trainers:

  • Trainers and lecturers work at the Centre on a short-term contract basis. They are all experts from universities, private consultancy firms and officials from different government institutions. All trainers who have contracts with the Centre are use active training methods during their courses.

July 5th, 2017

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College of Applied Sciences Lavoslav Ruzicka in Vukovar is situated in Vukovar, Republic of Croatia. lt has been established on 22nd of July 2005. There are three study programs, Physiotherapy, Study of Administrative law and Study of economy. lt has 47 employees, 24 for of them are teachers and 2 are assistants.

Our training activities are: Lifelong learning courses (learning of foreign languages),

Entrepreneurial incubator (business simulations)

Target groups: students

Other activities of our organisation : Book of proceeding of the International conference that is our Co liege organizing (four conferences un til now), three books of our employees

What we can con tribute to ENTO: Our College can be a place where some training for local politicians and those who are interested in local government can be held. Also, we can help in gathering information about local governance in our country because we have teachers that are trained for it.

 

What we expect to benefit from ENTO: We are hoping that our teachers, especially ones from the Study of Administrative law could

July 5th, 2017

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Lanchkhuti Information Center (LIC) is non-governmental, non-commercial and impartial public institution. The goal of the organization is to support of local economic development in Georgia and establishment of democratic principles and civil society. To achieve these objectives we cooperate with local micro and small businesses, local self governments and non-governmental organizations as well as general public.

Date of Establishment: Jun 16 , 2001.

Field of Activities

– Local self Government development
– Support of local development
– To create information bank, to analyze information and consultations
– To stimulate society representatives inclusion in decision making process
– Development of civic society
– Community Development
– Small business development

July 5th, 2017

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International Association “Civitas Georgica” was established in 1996 by those who believe that Georgia is a country of European values. Our mission is to promote the establishment of democratic and efficient local government in Georgia, to assist democratic reforms and to advance the competent public participation in local decision-making. Based on its objectives the organization specializes in effecting policy change through institution building, organization and management development and training.

Civitas Georgica is recognized leader in training design and provision. The expertise areas include Governance, Advocacy, Civil Society, and Community Development, local economy, information management and regional development. The efficient division of responsibilities, the established and flexible team capable of employing updated methodologies and efficient external relations, let the activities of the organization always be extraordinarily qualified.

Civitas Georgica’s activities were always oriented on local development in Georgia. For us it means people in a local area or in a community of interest taking responsibility for creating changes in their community/organization without relying on others to do it for them. We advocate grassroots initiatives and support pro-active approaches.

Civitas Georgica is the member of Central and Eastern European Citizen’s Network (CEE CN), the European Network of Training Organizations (ENTO) and the national NGO coalition on decentralization.

July 5th, 2017

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Its mission is to propose the large strategic axes and the master lines which will determine the provincial policy as regards continued trainings and RGB, of formations to the trades of safety, primarily public, pursuant to the laws, decrees and decrees. Its public is the personnel of the local authorities, the police officers ( federal and local), the firemen and the ambulance men. It is charged besides to implement all the formations useful for the public office whatever the sector.
In its mission, the IPF takes care to be the reference impossible to circumvent for what the Province of Hainaut incarnates: an institution anchored in its medium and opened on the world, dissociating itself by its search of improvement continues, its passion for the knowledge and the innovation, the quality of its medium of training and its reception with diversity. Thus it continues a total quality assurance in order to obtain the ISO standard. It is already certified Q-for for a good part of its formations. In addition, it registers its action in a charter of establishment taking again the values which animate it.
In addition to the aim of make its formations more accessible, it decentralizes them and organizes e-learning.

July 5th, 2017

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Hochschule Kehl – University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration – was founded in 1971 by the State of Baden-Württemberg. First key task is the initial training for civil servants and employees who will take up middle and upper management roles in public administration. The university provides all students with broad-based core skills and know-how for modern public management. In the last semester of studies there is a degree of specialisation in specific topics of public administrative work.

Second key task is to offer further in-service training for the staff of local and regional authorities. Associated to the university are the Kehl Academy for
further training and the Euro-Institute Kehl-Strasbourg which trains mainly staff of public administrations from France, Germany and Switzerland. Applied research is also conducted at the university.

There are approximately 35 permanent full-time professors (social scientists, psychologists, economists, computer specialists, lawyers) and about 150 part-time lecturers teaching at the university. Hochschule Kehl is offering to all ENTO-members, to the Council of Europe and to the European Union, the organisation of international seminars and summer schools, missions of experts, and co-operation in research projects. The university is twinned with several public and private institutions all around the world. The main activities resulting from these active partnerships are the exchange of lecturers and students, joint seminars and workshops, study visits and co-operation in the development of curricula and teaching materials. Training, organisational and personnel development and consulting projects are implemented on local, regional, national, European and international levels.

July 5th, 2017

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