European Association for Public Administration Accreditation

in Public Administration Reforms - training of young professionals"
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, 2006

Information about the project

Training of trainers – 1st part
February 16-18, 2006 (English language)


The first part of the Training of trainers was implemented in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, on February 16-19, 2006. 13 participants - Serbian trainers - took part in the training course. The training was led by two Slovak trainers - Mrs. Luba Vavrova and Mrs. Krasimira Lackova. Introduction was made by Dean of the Faculty Prof. Milan Podunavac, Third Secretary of the Slovak Embassy Mr. Tomas Ferko and NISPAcee representative Ms. Elena Zakova.


Aims of the Training of trainers were following:

- to inform participants on basic knowledge relevant to effective training

- to develop participants training skills

- to influence participants attitudes using methodic approach to the training 

- to increase participants self esteem dealing with different situation working with individuals and teams



At the end of the training participants should be able:

- to take into consideration learning principles, understand preferred learning participants style

- to formulate training aims and objectives

- to work with feedback

- to use communication and presentation skills

- to apply appropriate methodology

- to present pros and cons of different types of audience - teams

- to design and deliver training course

- to deal with evaluation techniques

Slovak trainers Mrs. Luba Vavrova and Mrs. Krasimira Lackova and Third Secretary of the Slovak Embassy Mr. Tomas Ferko

Team of Serbian trainers

Serbian trainers: Ms. Dragana Mitrovic, Ms. Svetlana Djukovic, Mr. Aleksandr Panovski, Mr. Djordje Pavicevic

Serbian trainers: Ms. Mysun En Natour, Mr. Vladimir Ateljevic, Ms. Tamara Dzamonja Ignatovic, Mr. Dejan Pavlovic, Mr. Zoran Krstic

Serbian trainers: Ms. Tamara Dzamonja Ignatovic, Ms. Mysun En Natour

Serbian trainer: Mr. Slavisa Djukovic

Serbian Project Manager Mrs. Snezana Djordjevic and Serbian Project Assistant Mr. Dejan Pavlovic