A 32-year-old department head was appointed as the officer responsible for retraining of civil servants for Ledyda
On Thursday, February 21, the head of the regional administration Oleksandr Ledyda introduced the new director to the staff of the Transcarpathian regional center for retraining of employees of state agencies, local government bodies, heads of state enterprises, institutions and organizations.
From now on, the position of the director of the center is occupied by Pavlo Cherevko.
- Retraining of civil servants now is very important issue. It often happens that the newly elected village head does not know the laws and the Constitution. While the job duties require him to know them. So your job in training of state officials at various levels is very important. I am sure that the new director with the help of the stuff will quickly get into the swing of the work and be able to take the work of the institution to a new level - Oleksandr Ledyda said.
Note: Pavlo Cherevko was born on July 9, 1981 in the village of Kalyny in Tyachiv district. He graduated from UzhNU with the degree in "Jurisprudence". In 2009 he defended his thesis and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws. He began his career with the position of lawyer. Since 2003 he has worked at the Uzhgorod State Institute of Computer Science, Economics and Law (now TSU). Since 2011 until now he has worked as the head of Civil Disciplines Department.