The SSTA will arrange Foundation Training of newly recruited 70 officers of Anti Corruption Commission (ACC). The Govenment of Denmark will finance the entire cost of the TA. However, the administration of the TA will be ADB's responsibility. ACC will engage country's apex training institution, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (BPATC), to design and deliver two Foundation Training Courses for two groups of officers. BPATC has assessed training needs of the newly recruited officers and has accordingly designed the foundation training course. These will be full time residential training of two months duration. Each of the courses consists of 12 modules in broad anti corruption, legal and administrative areas.
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