At the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration considered ways to improve the training of civil servants in a constitutional reform
June 23 at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration of Zaporizhzhya National University was held a roundtable on the topic "Ways to improve the training of civil servants in a constitutional reform". The event was held to celebrate the Day of the civil servant in Ukraine.
The roundtable attended: Head of the implementation of the state policy in the civil service and local government Department of Civil Service of Ukraine in Zaporizhzhya region Antonina Borodina; Head of educational and organizational department of Zaporizhzhya center for retraining and advanced training of employees of state agencies, local governments, state enterprises, institutions and organizations Olha Kurnosova; Principal Specialist of the Department of Education and Science of Zaporizhzhya Regional State Administration Nataliia Kolesnykova ta Ivan Yurchenko; associate professor of Classic Private University, Ph.D. Volodymyr Hlazunov, and teachers of the Department of Social Philosophy and Administration of ZNU.
At the beginning of the event with a welcoming speech to participants addressed Head of the Department of Social Philosophy and Administration of ZNU, D.Sc. in Philosophy, associate professor, professor Taras Butchenko. He welcomed the honorable guests on the Day of civil servant and made a presentation on "The Formation of design culture of civil servants".
To the next performance was invited D.Sc. in Philosophy, associate professor of the Department of Social Philosophy and Administration Volodymyr Skvorets, who spoke about social and philosophical component of civil service training.
In turn, doctoral of the Department of Social Philosophy and Administration, Ph.D., associate professor Oleksandr Krasnokutskyi made a presentation on "Nation-building ideology as a basis for the formation of the government and civil service".
At the end of the roundtable, the participants exchanged views on enhancing the practical significance of master's theses of masters in "Public Service".