Ministry of Internal Affairs employees receive advanced project management training

From June 11 to 13, 2024, ten employees from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) are undergoing training in project management based on the PM2 methodology. This activity is organized by the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF).

The primary objective of the training is to enhance the participants’ skills and knowledge in project management. The course covers a wide range of topics essential for the successful project implementation and coordination of projects in the home affairs sector.

Over the three-day training, participants will engage in various activities and explore key topics such as project initiation and planning, including clear definition of objectives, identification of stakeholders and development of a well-structured action plan; project governance; project implementation and closure; monitoring and supervision aspects, including project performance monitoring techniques and tools, risk identification and implementation of corrective measures, as well as communication aspects, and allocation of roles and responsibilities within the project team.

The training will conclude with a DCAF-funded certification exam. Upon passing the exam, the participants will become trainers, who will further share their knowledge with their colleagues.