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More than 23 thousand professionals trained by ENAPP in 2023. The goal is to train 100 thousand by 2027

Last year, the National School of Administration and Public Policies (ENAPP) trained more than 23 thousand staff, thus exceeding the Government's expectations, which predicted the training of 20 thousand, informed Teresa Rodrigues Dias, Minister of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, who highlighted that the goal is to train 100 thousand employees by 2027.


The minister, when speaking at the opening of ENAPP's training year for the current year, informed that it was "fitted into the 2023-2027 National Development Plan, the National Staff Training Plan", which has as its motto 'Fundamental Principles of Administration Public'.

For this reason, the minister – cited in a statement from the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security, to which VerAngola had access – said that ENAPP carried out training in 2023 that exceeded the Executive's forecast, "having reached more than 23 thousand trained staff, out of the 20 thousand expected, considering the target set by the Executive of 100 thousand staff, by 2027".

On the occasion, Teresa Rodrigues Dias highlighted the relevance of training public service personnel, as it prepares them for future challenges. "Only with properly prepared staff, both from a technical and professional point of view, can we speak of a consistent public administration, in the field of the best solutions for technological and technical concerns, building resilience to prepare for the future", she stated, quoted in the statement.

Among other aspects, she also spoke about the challenges of ENAPP. According to the minister, ENAPP presents "many challenges in terms of its corporate purpose, namely, working towards its sustainability, in order to keep up with the challenges of technology and modernity, with the themes of computing and automation in its internal services" .

Distance learning starting this year

According to another statement from the authority, to which VerAngola had access, ENAPP will begin teaching distance learning, using online platforms, from this year onwards.

It was during the opening of ENAPP's formative year for 2024 that the planning was presented this Tuesday.

"According to the presentation of the training plan for this year, ENAPP intends to consolidate the integrated training evaluation system, create and regulate the distance learning platform, guarantee the digital inclusion of public servants in the development of training packages adjusted to the needs of the Public Administration, ensure the development of content for courses taught by ENAPP, guarantee the training offer in local administration through the promotion of ENAPP regional centers", reads the note.

Furthermore, ENAPP also plans to "align the training offer adjusted to the State Reform process, administrative deconcentration and decentralization, create standardized mass dissemination and remote access courses for public administration and the business sector".

It should be noted that the opening ceremony featured testimony from the vice-president of the Supreme Court, Efigênia Lima, the deputy attorney general, Pedro Ngola, the secretary of the President of the Republic for State Reform, Pedro Fiete, the minister of Education, Luísa Grilo, the vice-governor for the Political and Social sector of Luanda, Manuel António Gonçalves and representatives of the public and private business sector.

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