The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) organized training sessions “Remote Control and Communication Skills” for the staff of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara.
Considering the fact that maintaining effective working process is particularly challenging under the conditions caused by coronavirus pandemic, the training session has been directed to strengthening and enhancing remote control mechanisms and communication skills.
The training session covered 3 stages: 1. Video conference platforms - Google meet, Zoom, Jitsi; 2. Google Drive - as a platform for working on one document simultaneously; 3. ClickUp - your workspace (creating assignments, staff redeployment, managing projects and monitoring deadlines). The trainings were conducted remotely, through various electronic communications methods.
30 employees of the Supreme Council passing trainings and have been awarded with the certificates.
The course of training was led by Giorgi Natsvlishvili, Business Analyst of Information Technology of LEPL Data Exchange Agency.
The training was supported by the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) within the framework of the "Consolidation of Parliamentary Democracy in Georgia" initiative.
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