The National Training Academy is a partner of the Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership Batch2
The National Youth Training Academy was established in August 2017, by presidential decree; and its practical work commenced in July 2018. This Academy is an establishment responsible for qualifying executive leaders -working in the State’s administrative apparatus- to work and compete at an international level within the Egyptian governments. It also provides opportunities for young people to play a leadership role, by empowering, qualifying and training them in the right ways. This is based on the model of the world’s major countries with similar institutions. The Academy operates under the theme of “Change and Creating a Statesman”.
The training activity at the Academy is divided into several sectors: The Presidential Leadership School (which includes 5 important programs), and the Youth Presidential Leadership Program (which was launched by the President of the Republic in 2016 and was the building block for establishing the Academy).
The Presidential Leadership School also includes the Executive Presidential Leadership Program, which targets an age group between 30 and 45 years (unlike the Youth Presidential Leadership Program that targets younger age groups). This Program was launched by the Academy after its establishment.
On the other hand, there is the African Presidential Leadership Program, which was mandated by the President at the Arab African Youth Forum of Aswan 2019.
The Academy is keen to establish partnerships with international institutions and organizations to capitalize on their experience, the most important of which are the strategic partnership with the National School in France “ENA” and the Geneva Center for Security Studies. In 2020, the Academy established a strategic partnership with the National Center for Human Resources Development in South Korea, which is one of the most important 6 centers of excellence in the world, to which different countries such as Malaysia, Japan and Russia resort to qualify and train cadres working in their administrative apparatus. The Academy also signed a protocol with the Netherlands Agency for Development, which includes one of the largest academies specialized in developing localities.
The Academy has counterparts in several major countries, especially in France, Malaysia and South Korea and there are several institutions in a number of developed countries that are responsible for qualifying State public cadres.