“Project Management in the Public Sector”

Effective project management is crucial, especially in challenging times, to ensure sustainable development and recovery. It optimizes resource utilization and enables swift responses to societal challenges and needs.

As part of the Recovery and Resilience Program, we have launched an online course titled “Project Management in the Public Sector”.

The primary objective of this course is to enhance the competencies of project management specialists within regional state administrations, municipalities, and regional development agencies.

The online course is available for free on the Zrozumilo! educational online platform.

The curriculum encompasses the fundamental rules and principles of project management, its specific application in the public sector, and includes invaluable insights from leading experts.

Our esteemed course presenters include:

  •     Myroslav Kosheliuk, an expert in strategic planning of local and regional development
  •     Natalia Starynska, a project manager, trainer, and consultant on project management according to PMI standards
  •     Vadym Tabakera, Deputy Director of the Economic Policy Department of Lviv Regional State Administration

The course comprises eight instructional videos and an interview with a current civil servant, designed to help public actors in Ukraine enhance their knowledge and effectively implement projects in their communities or regions.

How to Access the Online Course “Project Management in the Public Sector”?

  1. Sign up on the Zrozumilo! educational online platform.
  2. Upon activating your account (confirmation will be sent to your email), select the course “Project Management in the Public Sector”.
  3. If you are already registered on the Zrozumilo! platform, you can access the online course using the direct link.

The “Project Management in the Public Sector” online course was developed within the Recovery and Resilience Program, implemented by East Europe Foundation at the expense of the Federal Government of Germany with the support of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.

Please note that the views expressed in this online course do not necessarily reflect the position of East Europe Foundation, the German Federal Government, or GIZ.