The accreditation is a procedure for determining the fulfillment of conditions for implementation of professional development programmes in public administration.
The goal of accreditation is to provide the best lecturers, trainers and other executors and implementers of the programme with relevant experience, knowledge and skills in the professional fields for which training is being conducted. The selection and accreditation of lecturers, trainers and other executors and implementers of the professional development programmes in public administration are conducted by the National Academy of Public Administration.
Accreditation is done following a public call. The public call is published at least twice a year on the website of the National Academy of Public Administration, the Ministry of State Administration and Local Self-Government and the E-Government Portal and the deadline for applications is at least 30 days. Applications are submitted electronically through the E-Government Portal.
Accreditations awarded in response to calls from the National Academy of Public Administration are of unlimited duration, that is, as long as the accredited person fulfills the prescribed conditions of the Decree on Accreditation, Method of Engagement and Compensation of Executors and Implementers of Professional Development Programmes in Public Administration.