Administration Academy Berlin
|position||Institute of public right|
|Supervisory authority||Senate Department for Finance|
|Chairman of the Academy Board||Matthias Kollatz|
|Director of the Administrative Academy||Wolfgang Schyrocki|
The Verwaltungsakademie Berlin (VAk) is a public law institution and the central educational service provider of the State of Berlin . It is responsible for the training and further education of employees in the public service and employees of municipal companies and institutions.
The Berlin Administrative Academy was opened on October 14, 1919 as the first of its kind in Germany in the auditorium of the Berlin University - today's Humboldt University in Berlin .
Tasks and organization
The organs of the Administrative Academy are the Academy Board, the Director and the Audience Representation. The board leads the academy, while the director represents the VAk externally and performs tasks that have been assigned to him by the board.
The Administration Academy is divided into three departments and 11 areas:
Division I - Training and Testing
- IA - Vocational Training
- IB - professional qualification courses
- IC - Examination Office
- ID - customer support
Division II - Training
- II A - Leadership Academy Berlin
- II B - Personnel Development
- II C - Process and Subject-Oriented Topics
- II D - customer care
- ZS A - digital teaching, didactics
- ZS B - IT and project management
- ZS C - General Administration
The Administrative Academy was located in the Friedrichsfelde Education and Administrative Center (BVZ) in the Lichtenberg district ( Friedrichsfelde district ) until August 2014 . August 25, 2014, it is located in the district Moabit of the district center in a renovated historic building at the Tower Street 86th
- Management and organs of the VAk. June 16, 2020, accessed July 19, 2020 .
- Interesting facts about the VAk. June 15, 2020, accessed July 19, 2020 .
- VAK information letter on the move ( Memento from August 19, 2014 in the Internet Archive )