Perugia, Umbria’s School of Management, striving for quality and development

“This is a very important moment for the Umbrian School of Public Administration, not only because I am submitting the accounting documents for approval, which photograph extraordinary results achieved in an extraordinary period, marked by the pandemic crisis and the reorganization of the public machine, but also because we together will decide on the further strengthening of the education consortium, which is now finally accredited at national level “. This was stated by Deputy Director Marco Magarini Montenero yesterday afternoon in Villa Umbra at the opening of the ordinary consortium meeting to approve the final accounts for the financial year 2021 and the 2022 budget for the school. An opportunity to take stock of what has been done and present future projects and investments.

All items on the agenda were unanimously approved, including the 2021 budget and the 2022 budget. The Assembly was chaired, delegated by President Tesei, by Paola Agabiti, Councilor for European Programming, Budget and Human Resources and Capital Resources. Tourism, culture, education and the right to study in the Umbria region.

“Umbrian School of Public Administration – underlined Magarini Montenero – closes the year 2021 in the sign of significant growth compared to the previous year and achieves excellent results from both a managerial and financial point of view. Results achieved thanks to the implemented digital and management innovations, the selection of “The best teachers and experts from the main national universities and thanks to the fruitful cooperation developed with President Tesei, the Regional Council and all the members of the consortium. I sincerely thank the institutions and the school staff for their efforts.”

In 2021, recalls the sole director Suap, “we organized over 450 training activities and registered 26,000 participants who came from northern to southern Italy. Signed 78 agreements with public bodies and professional associations. There were 500 teachers in charge in 2021. We are committed to updating the training offer and bringing the innovative multimedia classroom to full capacity, which already records one hundred hours of production, a prerequisite for the launch this year of Scuola Umbra TV, news

information across media, structured in thematic sections, made entirely internally. Today we are ready to take further steps ”.

Data in hand reminded the Suap administrator of the current trend highlighted during the day of the social reporting organized two days ago in the Palazzo Donini in the presence of Governor Tesei and the administrators of the regional subsidiaries.

“We expect – states Magarini Montenero – to activate about 400 training courses between now and the end of the year and to register 22 thousand participants from all over Italy with an assessment of the quality of the services provided in constant growth. We are also ready to do our part in the establishment of a comprehensive training center that is functional for the training needs of all regional health companies and, as established at the regional level, together with the Regional Health and Welfare Directorate to prepare the regional quarterly magazine. the trial period for the new and ambitious ‘Single Center for Training and Improvement of Human Resources’, which will allow for a homogeneous training at regional level and a rationalization of expenditure.

The Umbrian School of Public Administration is also planning another improvement goal with reference to the internal organization.

“We live – concludes the sole director – a positive period of growth, which can be further consolidated thanks to the new organization of the school. In addition to the two traditional areas, administration and education, two new areas in the organization chart were approved to facilitate the digital transformation of the public management and to make the most of the opportunities offered by European funding.The organizational reorganization, shared and agreed with the Umbria region, in particular with Councilor Agabiti, whom I thank, will be completed by the end of the year with the achievement of 100 % of working time for three units and with the permanent and temporary full stabilization under the “Madia law” of self-employed workers to overcome, now and for the future, precarious work “.

Regional Councilor Paola Agabiti, who completed the work of the Assembly, thanked the sole administrator and staff of the Umbrian Training Consortium “for the fruitful work done. The challenge for the public sector – repeated Agabiti – is to develop human capital, implement the use of digital technologies and simplify administrative procedures ”.

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