Vietnamese public servants upgraded their skills at RANEPA
The competence development program “Public Administration System in the Russian Federation” for public servants from the Republic of Vietnam was completed at the Presidential Academy.
The program was attended by 17 representatives of various agencies of Vietnam, including the Dean of the Faculty of Administrative Sciences and Human Resources Management of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) of Vietnam, Director of the Central Historical Archive of Ha Tinh province, heads of departments of internal affairs of various provinces of the country and employees of the Human Resources and Organizational Affairs Department of the Government Office.
Within the program, lectures were held dedicated to technologies of selection and assessment of senior executives, modern methods of staff management in public administration, major areas to implement information technologies in public administration, development of the public administration system in the Russian Federation, training leaders in the age of digital transformation and the fourth industrial revolution. Members of the delegation visited the Ministry of Labor of Russia and the Analytical Center affiliated with the Government of the Russian Federation, where they were familiarized with the digital transformation of public administration in our country.
Le Van Hoi, the head of the Vietnamese delegation, the Head of the Department of Internal Affairs of Bac Kan province, highly appreciated the joint competence development program. He spoke about the demanding system of selection of candidates for the program and high expectations from lectures and discussions. “I have very good impressions of the Academy, teachers and everyone working with us. My colleagues and I are very pleased with the high quality of the program. I am sure that we will be able to effectively put new knowledge into practice,” he said.
Le Van Hoi told about his plans to share new knowledge and vision with colleagues in his country so that as many specialists as possible learned about modern Russian trends in management. He noted that it would be helpful to see these materials in Vietnamese. Le Van Hoi shared his impressions of Russia that he visited for the first time. According to him, Moscow is an interesting, clean and green city, inhabited with kind people and comfortable to stay.
After Moscow, the Vietnamese specialists were received by the North-West Institute of Management, RANEPA Branch in Saint Petersburg. The focus here was on development and implementation of local government policy with a visit of the Committee for Local Self-Government, Interethnic and Interconfessional Relations of the Leningrad Region.
The Presidential Academy has cooperation agreements with the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, the Hanoi Law University and the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). The total of about 1000 citizens of Vietnam were trained at the Presidential Academy (since the Academy of Social Sciences at the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union). One of its graduates is Nguyễn Phú Trọng, the President of Vietnam and the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam. Currently, 6000 Vietnamese students are studying in Russia and more than 70 Russian higher education institutions cooperate with Vietnam.