2013 CUSTOMS INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CIEMP)

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2013 CUSTOMS INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CIEMP)

2013 CIEMP Participants and their Lecturer's

2013 CIEMP Participants and their Lecturer’s

From 16 October to 12 November 2013, CCES are conducting Executive Management Training in conjunction with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS). This course has 12 nationals from Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Pakistan, People’s Republic of China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. The CIEMP Program is an intensive course that develops the skills and knowledge of participants in a range of disciplines relevant to effective strategic leadership in the management of a modern customs organisation.

The program recognises that customs agencies worldwide are operating in an increasingly complex and demanding environments. The objective of CIEMP 2013 is to prepare participants to better deal with these complexities and demands in order to meet the expectations of a diverse range of stakeholders including government, international travellers, traders and the broader community.

The CIEMP 2013 academic program is framed around three core themes that reflect the broad areas of activity that customs administrations engage in worldwide:

1      Setting the Strategic Direction;

2      Managing the Agency; and

3      Managing the Border.