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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Petrova
Development of Mechanisms and Criteria for Assessing the Quality of Additional Professional Programs of Civil Servants
Public Administration
(Master’s programme)
10
2019
The processes of globalization, digitalization and introduction of innovations inherent in the modern world pose complex tasks for civil servants whose solution is impossible without systematically improving their professional knowledge and skills through training in additional professional programs. An analysis of existing recommendations for assessing the quality of additional professional programs of civil servants demonstrated an insufficient degree of their elaboration, which suggests that the lack of a scientifically based methodology for assessing the quality of additional professional programs of civil servants is topical. The purpose of this work is to develop scientifically and statistically based mechanisms and criteria for assessing the quality of additional professional programs of civil servants. In the study the author conducted a correlation and regression analysis, the results of which revealed factors that influence the quality of additional professional programs, as well as the strength of their influence. Taking into account the results of the study, the author has formed and tested methodological recommendations, the advantage of which is the statistical validity of the assessment components and their weights, as well as taking into account not only the subjective opinions of trained civil servants, but also independent information posted in public sources.

Keywords: professional development of civil servants, additional professional programs of civil servants, assessment of the quality of additional professional programs of civil servants

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