Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 In order to promote the scientific, institutionalized, and standardized training of staff in public institutions, and to cultivate a team of highly qualified professional staff, according to the Regulations on Cadre Education and Training, the Regulations on the Management of Personnel in Institutions, and related laws Regulations, formulated these regulations.
Article 2. These regulations apply to the organization of staff of institutions and institutions to carry out training in accordance with the needs of the institutions, their competent departments and the personnel management department.
Where there are other provisions for the training of leaders of public institutions, such provisions shall prevail.
Article 3 Staff training in public institutions adheres to the guidance of Xi Jinping's new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics, based on firm ideals and convictions, focuses on comprehensively enhancing public service skills, highlights political training, political experience, and strengthens professional capabilities, Professionalism, adhere to political domination, serve the overall situation, adhere to classification and grading, full coverage, adhere to precise efficiency, on-demand training, adhere to the rule of law, strict management, and enhance the systematic, continuous, targeted, and effective training .
Article 4 Persistence in studying and implementing Xi Jinping's new era of socialist ideas with Chinese characteristics is the most prominent position in training staff in institutions, and educate and guide staff in institutions to strengthen the "four consciousness", strengthen the "four self-confidence", Two maintenance. " Improve the training content system, and focus on improving the ideals, beliefs, ideological awareness, professional ethics, and comprehensive literacy of staff in public institutions. Management staff training, focusing on improving management capabilities, professional standards and professional accomplishment; professional and technical personnel training, focusing on improving professional technical levels and innovation and entrepreneurship; training of industrial and technical personnel, focusing on improving professional skills and practical capabilities. Strengthen the training of young and middle-aged backbones, especially high-level and urgently needed talents.
Article 5 Staff training in public institutions is divided into pre-job training, on-the-job training, on-the-job training, and special training, which are conducted in accordance with the prescribed methods according to the characteristics of different industries, different types, and different positions.
Article 6 Staff members of public institutions have the right and obligation to receive training. Generally, the total time spent in various types of training each year is not less than 90 class hours or 12 days.
The training of staff in public institutions should be one of the important basis for the content of their assessments and the employment and promotion of ranks.
Chapter II Pre-post Training
Article 7 Newly-hired staff in public institutions shall be trained on the job to improve their ability to adapt to the work of the unit and the post.
For newly introduced high-level talents, pre-job training can be flexibly arranged according to the actual situation.
Article 8 The pre-job training content of staff of public institutions includes public subjects and professional subjects. Public subjects include political theories, laws and regulations, policy knowledge, codes of conduct, and disciplinary requirements that should be universally mastered. Professional subjects include the theory, knowledge, technology, and skills required for the position being hired or proposed.
Article 9 The pre-post public subject training shall be prepared by the personnel management department of the public institution, and shall be unifiedly organized or commissioned by a specialized training institution, or the competent authority or public institution shall be organized in accordance with regulations, and the off-the-job training is generally adopted. Pre-post professional subject training is organized by the competent department or public institution, and it is generally carried out by means of off-job training, online training, and teacher-discipline.
Article 10 Pre-post training is generally completed within 6 months from the date of employment of the staff, with a maximum of 12 months and a cumulative time of not less than 40 hours or 5 days.
Chapter III On-the-job Training
Article 11 The staff of public institutions that are normally on the job shall regularly participate in on-the-job training to enhance their ideological and political qualities, cultivate professional ethics, update their knowledge structure, and improve their working ability.
Article 12 On-the-job training content for managers includes public subjects and professional subjects. Public subjects are implemented with reference to Article 8 of these regulations. Professional subjects include policies, regulations, theoretical knowledge, and management practices that require updated positions, including public management, finance, assets, personnel, foreign affairs, security, confidentiality, and informatization.
Article 13 The training of public subjects during the management period shall be in the charge of the competent department. They shall be organized uniformly or commissioned by specialized training institutions. Generally, they shall take off-job training, network training, on-the-job self-study and other methods. 20 hours or 3 days off-course training in public subjects.
Article 14 The management department shall be responsible for the professional subject training during the on-the-job period. It shall be unifiedly organized or commissioned by a specialized training institution, or it shall authorize public institutions to organize in accordance with regulations, and generally adopt off-the-job training, online training, collective learning and other methods.
Article 15 On-the-job training for professional and technical personnel and technical staff is carried out in accordance with relevant regulations such as continuing education and vocational skills training, with emphasis on training in political theory, professional ethics, and patriotism.
Chapter IV Transfer Training
Article 16 Staff of public institutions who have changed their job types or have major changes in their duties and responsibilities should undergo post transfer training to improve their ability to adapt to the duties and tasks of new posts.
Article 17 If the type of post changes, the content of the transfer training shall be implemented according to the type of post proposed or employed, and in accordance with Article 4 of these regulations. If the post type remains the same but the post duties and tasks have changed significantly, the transfer training content is determined according to the actual situation.
The transfer training method shall be determined independently by the institution or the competent department.
Article 18 In general, the transfer training should be completed before the post type or post duties change. Depending on the work requirements, it can also be completed within 3 months after the change, and the accumulated time is not less than 40 hours or 5 days.
Chapter V Special Training
Article 19 Staff members of public institutions participating in specific tasks such as major projects, major projects, and major operations shall be specially trained to meet the requirements of completing specific tasks.
Article 20 The content and method of special training shall be determined by the task organizer according to the actual needs of the task, and may be carried out by means of team training.
Article 21 If a public institution employs new staff to participate in special training, the training time may be included in the accumulated time for pre-job training as specified in Article 10 of these regulations.
Chapter VI Training Management and Discipline
Article 22 Training funds shall be paid in accordance with relevant state regulations.
Strengthen the management of staff training funds in public institutions, implement strict economy, run schools frugally, and improve the efficiency of fund use. The training funds shall be strictly used for the training of staff members, and no other use shall be allowed.
Article 23 The personnel management departments of public institutions at all levels shall, in accordance with the conditions of teachers, personnel quality, basic conditions for running schools, teaching management level, and teaching quality, contact a group of specialized training institutions to strengthen overall coordination and maintain training stable.
Lecturers engaged in the training of staff in public institutions must support the leadership of the Communist Party of China and must not disseminate erroneous views that violate the Party's theory and line policies, and violate the central decision. The training organizer must strictly control the selection of teachers and training content.
The personnel management department of the central public institution, together with relevant industry authorities and industry organizations, will strengthen the construction of the curriculum and textbook system according to the characteristics of different industries, different types, and different positions.
Article 24 Registration training shall be implemented for staff training in public institutions. Institutions shall establish and improve staff training archives, and register the types, content, time, and results of examinations of staff training.
Article 25: Improve the organization training system, strengthen overall coordination and avoid problems such as multiple training, repeated training, and long-term non-training. Explore "peak-shift" training and segmented training to ease engineering contradictions.
Article 26 Institutions and their competent departments shall organize training and strengthen training management in accordance with these regulations and training plans. Training work should focus on the effectiveness of training, and should not be entrusted at various levels, and must not be cut through.
Article 27 The personnel management department and the competent department of a public institution shall supervise the staff training work carried out by the public institution, and shall stop and correct acts that violate these regulations.
The personnel management department of the higher-level public institution shall supervise the training-related work of the personnel management department of the lower-level public institution to stop and correct the behaviors that violate these regulations.
Article 28 The staff of public institutions must strictly abide by the regulations on learning and training and honesty and self-discipline to complete the prescribed training tasks. Staff of public institutions who fail to participate in training as required or fail to meet the training requirements shall make up for training in a timely manner. Staff of public institutions do not participate in training without proper reasons, and, depending on the circumstances, give criticism and education until the organization handles or disposes. Violation of the relevant training regulations and disciplines during the training period shall be given criticism and education until the organization handles or disciples, depending on the seriousness of the circumstances.
Chapter VII Supplementary Provisions
Article 29 The training of government personnel shall be implemented with reference to these regulations.
Article 30 The comprehensive personnel management departments of institutions in various provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Government, as well as various departments of central and state organs, may formulate implementation rules in accordance with the actual situation in accordance with these regulations.
Article 31 The interpretation of these regulations rests with the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
Article 32 These regulations shall come into effect on January 1, 2020.
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