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Overseas Study of Training for Promotion from Junior Rank to Senior Rank

To cultivate capabilities of understanding national policies and development vision for Junior Rank to Senior Rank civil service, as well as strengthen their policy planning and management ability, access to the international network, expedite their links with the world, and deepen their global vision, the NACS selects brilliant participants at the Training for Promotion from Junior Rank to Senior Rank over the recent three years to go to our MOU partner’s country or other advanced countries for overseas training.



Training for Promotion from Junior Rank to Senior Rank is one important mandatory training, which aims to enable Junior and Senior rank civil service capture the latest international policies and trends, incorporate necessary core competencies for training and existing foundation and advantages of our country, and transform other countries’ experience as references to our policy formulation, so as to strengthen our partnership with MOU countries and enhance our national competitiveness.



Participants who have completed the Training for Promotion from Junior Rank to Senior Rank over the recent three years can be recommended by employing institutions, and selected by the NACS to participate in overseas training. The number stands at around 25 to 30.



Courses are closely connected with needed core competencies for high-level leaders (Senior Rank (Grade 10)), and include the operation of the training country government, political and economic situation, international relations, innovative industry and related issues that have competitive advantages.



  1. Phased courses improve learning effects: phase-1 domestic training courses can establish prepared knowledge. Phase-2 overseas training courses enable participants to learn counterparts’ competitive advantages, and strengthen their learning depth. Phase-3 learning outcome presentation offers participants the opportunity to make group presentation to demonstrate their learning results.
  2. Invite experts and scholars from the industry, government and academia to be instructors: in domestic training courses, foreign ambassadors or representatives are invited to give keynote address. In overseas training organizations, senior local instructors or senior civil servants are invited to give lectures.
  3. Attach importance to experience sharing: we invite the alumni of the training program to share their learning experience, progress and knowledge with their juniors.
  4. Highlight benchmark learning: in addition to lectures, we also arrange onsite visitation in government agencies, enterprises, civil groups or international organizations to learn globalization trends and knowledge.
  5. Optimize international exchanges: through exchanges with overseas training countries, we can share experience of HRD and governance with each other, and improve our interaction with the international society.