Trainings for employees working with citizens in telecommunication nodes and post offices launched at ‘Electronic Government’ Training and Education Centre

Trainings for employees working with citizens in telecommunication nodes and post offices have started at the "Electronic Government" Training and Education Centre of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies.
The aim of the first trainings held on November 8-9 is to improve the knowledge of employees on the use of electronic services.  
After acquiring the necessary knowledge, staff will be able to give detailed answers to citizens’ questions with regard to electronic services.   
The trainings will take place mainly at the office of the “Electronic Government” Training and Education Centre in Baku and the other regional training centres located in 12 cities across the country -  Sumgayit, Ganja, Mingachevir, Lankaran, Gabala, Gazakh, Barda, Goychay, Shamakhi, Shirvan, Sheki, Gusar – via videoconference.   
Around 250 employees are expected to be involved in the trainings, which will be conducted by experts from the Data Processing Centre of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies and the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Population.   
Note that trainings are held at the “Electronic Government” Training and Education Centre on a regular basis to increase the employees’ knowledge on electronic services and educate the public about their use. 


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