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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide De Gasperi w Józefowie
Publish date: 2018-01-25
 
JoMS 2013;16(1):175–189
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The Lisbon strategy has placed the emphasis on the training of clerical personnel employed in the institutions and bodies of the European Union. In 2005 the European School of Administration was established with headquarters in Brussels and Luxembourg. The internal structure is based on the scheme to other relevant EU institutions and bodies, that is, the director and the board.Officials are employed on a permanent contract of employment.The main activities of the School concerns the development of competencies by officials of the European institutions, especially by new employees or applicants for promotion to the higher clerical group. The school can provide training for the institutions of the Union, but only on the basis of the agreement and the ensuring of funds by the contracting authority. It may be a member of the training, research and science. ESA in the framework of its powers and tasks is authorized to cooperate with other government schools, institutes and universities specializing in the field of training civil servants. Such cooperation may include mutual exchange of practices (Article 5. 4 of Decision 2005/119/EC). The school implements tasks associated with the exploration and implementation of modern management technologies EU administration.
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