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Training of Potential Registration/Polling Supervisors Project 2009

In 2009, the CEC carried out, with the support of the Ministry of Higher Education and with financial support from the Norwegian Government, a project that aimed to develop an elections staff. The project targeted 300 employees of the Ministry of Education from across the West Bank. CEC staff trained the Ministry employees extensively on the stages and procedures of elections and other relevant issues. Four training courses, each lasting 20 hours, were held in each district over a period of 8 weeks.

 

This project was a component of the CEC’s efforts to develop a qualified elections staff to help in future elections.

 

For more details on the project, click on:

The Project (photos)

 Training Guide – Training of Potential Registration/Polling Supervisors Project 2009 (PDF)

 

Training of Potential Registration/Polling Supervisors Project 2010

Building on the CEC’s continuous efforts to raise awareness and increase understanding of elections and democracy among Palestinians, the CEC carried out a project entitled “Training of Potential Registration/Polling Supervisors for 2010” throughout the West Bank, including Jerusalem. In 2009, the CEC undertook a similar project which targeted employees of the Ministry of Education. Both projects were financially supported by the Norwegian Government and aimed to produce well-trained staff prepared to assist with upcoming elections.

 

The 2010 project differed from other CEC projects in that it relied upon the voluntary participation of ordinary citizens. The training courses were open to any citizen between 22-44 years of age who had graduated from university, regardless of his/her place of residence or position, who had not already completed a similar course. Applications were accepted from 27 September 2010 through 10 October 2010. Twelve courses, each lasting 3 days, were held in districts where applications were received. The 300 who attended the training course were taught skills which would enable them to provide professional assistance during any electoral event; each received a certificate of completion from the CEC attesting to that fact.

 

 

 

 

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