E-GOVERNANCE – A KEY COMPONENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS AND COMPETENCES OF MANAGERS AND TEACHERS IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
The digital services and platforms developed by the e-Governance Agency were presented today, November 10, 2023, during the first session of the Managerial and Professional Skills Development Programme intended for managers and teachers in vocational education system, which will run between 2023-2025.
The first 20 participants from the College of Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Economics in Bratuseni, the vocation schools in Cupcini and Leova, and the Engineering College in Straseni learned about the digital government services that are available for citizens and private sector, as well as how to receive public services online.
The electronic signature and identity (MSign), the virtual Personal Cabinet (MCabinet), electronic powers (MPower), document delivery (MDelivery), Cultural Voucher, Public Services Portal and other digital government products were introduced to the participants who were eager to know more about their benefits and how to use them so as to improve and modernize the vocational education and train qualified staff that will be ready for an advanced digital age.
The e-Governance Agency has been invited to join this programme, which, among other things, aims at building innovative teaching skills. Training is delivered with the support of the European Union and the Austrian Government under the EU4Moldova programme: Local Communities. The actions are part of the commitments laid down in the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Ministry of Education and Research of the Republic of Moldova and the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) on June 21, 2022.
The programme EU4Moldova: Local Communities is financed by the European Union, the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. The initiative is implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and Solidarity Fund PL (SFPL) Moldova.