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One of the PADST project’s goals is to prepare the future public and private sector specialists who bring forth the necessary institutional transformation for digital and sustainable futures. Therefore, TalTech and universities across Europe aim to develop new teaching capabilities explicitly addressing this challenge and related public sector innovation capacities.
As teaching represents the critical medium to transfer much-needed knowledge to the wider society, the PADST project will develop new graduate and executive training capabilities on public administration, digital transformation and sustainability that can serve students and practitioners in Estonia, Europe and beyond.
Here we outline the key steps to be taken, during and after the PADST project, to fulfil the above-mentioned goals.
The Curriculum Development Strategy consist of five stages: needs assessment, goal setting, curricula re-design, implementation, and continuous updating:

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