A training course to upgrade the skills of Kazakhstan's teachers was held on 24-28 September 2018 at ITMCFM


Published At Sep 25, 2018

A training course to upgrade the skills of the teaching staff of Kazakhstan's universities of the international network AML/CFT Institute was held from 24 to 28 September 2018 at the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring.

The purpose of the workshop was to expand the knowledge and boost the awareness of Kazakhstan's university teachers of the latest developments in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.

 

 

 

E Y. Legostaev

                CEO of the International Training

                and Methodology Centre

                for Financial Monitoring

 

                Dear Mr. Legostaev,

 

E A. Buketov Karaganda State University expresses its sincere appreciation to the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring for the training course to upgrade the skills of the teaching staff of Kazakhstan's universities of the international network AML/CFT Institute, held on 24-28 September 2018. 

The relevance of this training course is determined by modern realities, which require each country to strengthen the role of the financial sector in the development of the real economy, ensure long-term macroeconomic stability, take effective measures to promote economic security and reduce the threat of international terrorism. A robust national system for combating money laundering and terrorist financing is the imperative of our time, whose effectiveness primarily depends on the quality of personnel training. A key role in these efforts is reserved for a constructive dialogue on the exchange and study of the best international experience, which the relevant Russian agencies undoubtedly possess. The dissemination of this advanced experience is facilitated by the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring and the international networking AML/CFT Institute.

The training course allowed its participants to not only familiarize themselves with the content of academic AML/CFT disciplines, the experience of teaching them and the relevant pedagogical approaches to the formation of basic competencies and assessment of staff qualifications, but also discuss with their Russian counterparts the prospects of future cooperation in the field of vocational education and science and share their personal experiences. The professionalism of the lecturers and the high level of organizational support were key to the successful assimilation of knowledge by the course participants.

We are confident that our cooperation will continue to strengthen and evolve.

We wish ITMCFM staff success in all their future endeavours.

 

                Sincerely yours,

                E K. Kubeev

                Rector