WELCOME

NASLA

National School of Local Administration

The Bedrock of local development

M. TANYITIKU BAYEE

Director General

NASLA INFOS

NASLA-DGA

Madam ONGOLO Lidwine

Directeur Général Adjoint

THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATION : THE BEDROCK OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT

In order to meet the needs in terms of quantity and quality of human resources in our Regional and Local Authorities (RLAs) and thus foster the implementation of decentralisation public policy, the Head of State, through a Decree of 2 March 2020, created the National School of Local Administration (NASLA), a specific institution, capable of training and upgrading various categories of local administration staff.

NASLA in 06 points.

International Standard Courses

The National School of Local Administration (NASLA) welcomes both Cameroonian and foreign students.

Bilingualism

NASLA guarantees equal access to lectures and training in the two official languages, namely English and French.

Financing

The financial resources of NASLA come from: State subventions; competitive entrance examination fees, tuition fees from trainees for long and short courses, contributions from the Special Council Support Fund for Mutual Assistance (FEICOM) and any other related bodies.

50 + Courses

Grouped under more than 15 modules, refresher and certificate courses, NASLA is currently reviewing its training programmes.

Students’ Association

To foster and diversify social relations amongst our trainees.

E-Learning

A significant part of our training is digitalized and available on-line.

PB

The Head of State, known and appreciated by his compatriots for his considerable ability to listen to them, is fully aware that accelerating decentralisation constitutes a strong expectation among the people in order to achieve shared social progress.
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Decree on the establishment of NASLA
50
Access to lectures in the two (2) official languages
28
Trainers
94.6%
Success rate.
+ 100
Staff members at your service.

Ultimately...

Within the framework of the establishment of this Institution, there are plans to rehabilitate and extend its infrastructure. At the pedagogic level, NASLA intends to emphasise and make distance learning more operational, especially for In-service and Specific Training. To this end, a digital platform which will serve as an additional tool to support the training of decentralisation actors is being developed.

Trustees and Partners

NASLA is the perfect answer in ourdecentralization context

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“Things are changing” 

NYEMB Isaac CCRP

THE BEDROCK OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT

Cameroon's development will be played out on the table of decentralization
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