The Public Administration Management Course is part of the cross-departmental LEAT Advanced Training Programme. Cross-departmental and interdisciplinary thinking is an essential prerequisite for managers to deal with the growing and increasingly complex tasks in public administration. As part of the Public Administration Management Course, prospective managers learn the skills required to master interdisciplinary tasks.
The advisory board ensures effective inter-generational discussion
The advisory board of the Public Administration Management Course ensures constant discussion between the organisers and former participants of the course. The twelve members are made up of participants from previous courses who now work in all areas of the state government.
The advisory board:
The advisory board members offer their personal and professional experience as part of the programme, helping to ensure that the course content remains up to date.
The idea of a network is the focus of the Public Administration Management Course. In an effort to maintain and expand this network, all former participants meet once a year for a two-day seminar.
The alumni discuss personal experiences with top class speakers as well as the latest topics, such as:
The 2011 seminar focused on the topic “The power of the Internet”.