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ACC places emphasis on staff capacity enhancement by sending them to various trainings home and abroad. It arranges foundation training for new recruitees in partnership with Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC). Besides, the officers are sent to short trainings sponsored by the Commission itself, government departments, non-government organisations and development partners.

The Commission has given priority to enhance its staff capacity in money laundering investigation, anti- money laundering and counter terrorism financing investigation collaboration and coordination during 2012-13. Nine training courses were organised in this specialised area during this period. The World Bank and GIZ sponsored eight training courses and the Bangladesh Bank financed one course.

In addition to anti money laundering training, the Commission's sponsored training courses in 2013 are: asset recovery, basic computer literacy, view exchange with media, English language proficiency, office management, website design and development, digital signature for information security, and e- governance and e-commerce. In 2012 two foundation trainings were arranged with the Commission's finance. Many ACC's sponsored trainings were conducted by national training institutes i.e. Bangladesh Computer Council, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre and National Planning and Development Academy.

The Commission's officials have been sent to six other training courses organised on 'fire fighting, security and surveillance' by National Security Intelligence and Fire Service and Civil Defence, 'investigation and prosecuting financial crime' by US Embassy, and 'public procurement' by Ministry of Public Administration in 2013. They also participated in three short training programmes on 'fire fighting', 'content for journalists' and 'office management' arranged by Fire Service and Civil Defence, MRDI and BPATC in 2012. 

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