As of February 16, 2016
KOICA’s training program supports the human resource development of Cambodia and plays a critical role in narrowing the knowledge gap between the two countries. This program aims to share important technical skills and knowledge as well as to build capacities for sustainable development.
To meet this goal, KOICA invites technicians, researchers, and policy makers for training and education in Korea, and shares Korea’s development experience and knowledge. The training program strives to help design its own effective development policies and use suitable technologies. From 1994 to 2015 KOICA has invited around 2,430 Cambodian officials to Korea.
Type of Training
KOICA offers five major types of training programs:
- Country Training Program: Tailored program that are specifically designed for an individual partner country.
- Regular Training Program: Program that are open to any interested partner countries
- Special Training Program: Program that are temporarily available owing to particular commitments of the Korean as well as partner governments.
- Joint Training Program: Program conducted in partnership with international organizations and other agencies.
- Scholarship Program: Master’s Degree program offered to individuals from partner countries.
Note: Beside the above five major types of training programs, KOICA provides the in-project training program, concerning the ODA’s projects which participants are selected to train in the Republic of Korea.
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