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As can be seen in Figure 9, the ESAs have in-
creased the number of cross-sectoral semi-
nars from six (in 2011) to 13 in 2012. In ad-
dition the ESAs have offered four soft-skill
courses on presentation skills, which were
open to ­supervisory staff of all three sectors.
Compared to 2011, participation in ESA cross-
sectoral training courses (excluding soft-skill
courses) has almost doubled from 244 super-
visors attending to 460 (see Figure 10).
In order to ensure that all national supervi-
sory authorities are represented equally at
ESA training sessions, in 2011 it was decided
to provide financial support for ESA training
participants of national supervisory authori-
ties with financial constraints and budgetary
restrictions. This support measure has been
continued and, therefore, in 2012 training par-
ticipants from such authorities have received
reimbursement of travel and accommodation
expenses.
The ESAs’ training programme 2013 was de-
veloped, as in previous years, by assessing
the demand and needs for training, as well as
identifying hosts via an online questionnaire.
Thirty-nine national supervisory authorities
have responded to the online survey and its
assessment has been the basis for establish-
ing the ESA training programme 2013 con-
taining 11 cross-sector training activities. In
addition, each ESA has developed a sectoral
training programme and might organise soft-
skill courses which are open to all three sec-
tors. All training programmes were approved
by the Joint Committee and respective Board
of ­Supervisors in November to December 2012.
Figure 9: Number of cross-sectoral seminars
2012 (excluding soft-skill courses) compared
to 2011
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2
4
6
8
10
12
14
2011
2012
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100
200
300
400
500
2011
2012
244
460
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13
Figure 10: Number of participants at cross-
sectoral seminars 2012 (excluding soft-skill
courses) compared to 2011
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2
4
6
8
10
12
14
2011
2012
0
100
200
300
400
500
2011
2012
244
60
6
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