Continuing Training

troje uśmiechniętych osób (kobieta i dwóch mężczyzn)

Training courses for public administration are innovative proposals tailored to the requirements of offices, which go beyond the routine of the currently existing training courses market.

One of the objectives of the National School of Public Administration is to support the process of professional development among public admin­istration employees. A comprehensive offer of training courses allows this goal to be achieved, with training to both develop knowledge and enhance the so-called soft competences of officials.

The offer seeks to furnish participants with skills they can draw on effectively in their professional work. Acute awareness of the demand for particular skills and knowledge is the effect of long-term experience gained by KSAP in the implementation of training courses, as well as ongoing contacts with public administration at home and abroad.

The courses on offer at the National School of Public Administra­tion do not just represent a comprehensive programme of training given by professional lecturers. They also serve as a unique opportunity for civil servants to establish new contacts and learn from one another, as each session of training creates the opportunities to meet different officials who face similar challenges of a professional nature.

The National School of Public Administration also prepares train­ing courses in line with specific commissions from particular Ministries or Offices.

Training offer

The KSAP offer inter alia includes training courses in:

  • Law, administration and finance
    Instilling knowledge in the fields of law, finance and the functioning of public administration – in their theoretical and practical aspects.
  • Clerical skills
    ​Mostly the so-called soft skills in the area of verbal and non-verbal com-munications and project management through proactive methods of work of value to every official.
  • Staff management
    Improving management and leadership competence, the ability to build committment among employees, coaching, motivation, decision-making, etc.
  • Foreign languages
    Training courses in six foreign languages with forms including semester courses, workshops, training sessions and Friday meetings that perfect competences in both general and specialist language.