Study Tour Training-Management South Africa

nsg_palama_logo.pngAPPLICATIO supports the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in conceptualising, planning and implementing a study tour for 12 high ranking officials form the National School of Government of the Republic of South Africa. The Study Tour aims at showing and identifying possibilities to make use of E-Learning in training as well as selecting best-practices for the development of an integrated training management system (ITMS). The NSG is challenged with having to train about 30.000 civil servants in the whole of South Africa per year.

 APPLICATIO's support includes:

  • Identification of partner institutions and acquisition of partners to visits 
  • Support to GOU in logistical and professional planning 
  • Facilitation of the Study Tour
  • Definition of projects and best-practises as result of the tour
  • Documentation

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