Public Administration Academy of the Republic of Armenia (PAARA) is a member of the consortium of Tempus IV “Access to Society for the People with Individual Requirements” (ASPIRE) Project. The program launched in 2012 year. The purpose of consortium members is to develop and introduce training modules for people with special needs.
Last November, within the framework of the Project the pilot training module “Use the Library” was conducted for librarians of the consortium member institutions in Public Administration Academy. It was highly evaluated by training participants, as well as by European partners.
The next stage of the “Access to Society for the People with Individual Requirements” (ASPIRE) Project will be held in April 2013. Awareness day will be organized for disabilities for implementation of which the working group is preparing from today.
On February 13, the European partners of the Project, Gerard Cullen (Germany) and Fiona Hallett (United Kingdom), visited Public Administration Academy. They conducted a master class for members of the working group, as well summarized pilot courses organized in November. Mr. Arsen Lokyan, the rector of the Public Administration Academy, welcomed the meeting participants. He mentioned the success of the previous stage and wished fruitful work to participants of the Project.