BiH Security Minister visiting the Agency for Education and Professional Training
While visiting the national security institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a delegation of the BiH Security Ministry led by Minister Selmo Cikotić paid a visit to the Agency for Education and Professional Training today. The Agency's director Marko Vujević informed the guests about the latest developments in the exercise of basic authorities of this institution in planning and implementation of level I and level II basic police training for cadets of SIPA, Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies and Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegvina, including all kinds of specilist training and development programmes for police officers and civil servants of Bosnia and Herzegovins.
Director Vujević said the working conditions with cadets were raised to the highest level after the Agency had moved to the new facilities. Now, the Agency, has all the necessary capacities for a full day accommodation and training of 250 cadets.
Minister Cikotić said the quality education system pursued by the Agency had a direct impact on the creation of our country's security system and highlighted the need for establishing an interactive communication of the Ministry of Security of BiH and Agency for Education and Professional Training which would help the Ministry to properly consider all the needs and provide assistance, as much as it can, to the implementation of all kinds of trainings according to the world's best practices
The Minister toured the new set of buildings, met with the cadets and talked with lectures. Considering the role of the Agency to organize trainings and provide accommodation for police cadets, the Minister said he was pleased to see its new cpacities and encouraged the Agency not to be modest when turning to the Security Ministry with any requirements. Minister Cikotić and Director Vujević both concluded that there was no alternative for further development of national security institutions.