European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law Further education for the public sector

Modern ways of working, digitalisation, data privacy, cultural change – the public sector is facing a plethora of challenges. At the same time, authorities and administrations are struggling with a lack of resources, demographic changes and a silo mentality. The transformation of the administrative sector is a process that will not happen overnight and will keep us busy for years to come. The European Academy supports this transformation process by offering top-class seminars and international conferences designed specifically for the public sector. We provide practical knowledge – from the administrative sector for the administrative sector – with a particular emphasis on exchange among the participants.

Seminars for the public sector: in-depth and highly topical
Having closely monitored the transformation of the public sector for almost 20 years, we are good at identifying the key topics and developing hands-on interactive seminars, both online and face-to-face. Thanks to our extensive network of experienced experts from all over Europe, we respond quickly and effectively to changes and are capable of offering topics which have been added to the programme at short notice.

New priorities in the field of further education
We are at the cutting edge of our field and keep you abreast of new legal regulations, for instance in the European Structural and Investment Funds, as well as new developments concerning work and management methods in the digital age. We set new priorities. Where necessary, we look back at the past to learn lessons for the future. Examples include the sustainability of public building projects or the (crisis) communication strategies of public institutions during the Corona pandemic. Although the relevant topics are highly complex, our concise and interactive approach allows you to integrate them directly into your everyday work.

'I am always thrilled to see the fantastic atmosphere that prevails at our training events. People debate, ask questions, reflect, analyse. They are the type of people who want to learn new things, who want to develop professionally and who are passionate about change and progress. I am very proud that our entire team and our lecturers succeed in bringing this innovative spirit to the seminar rooms every week.'

Christoph Brauner, CEO