Faculty of advanced studies and retraining of management

The Faculty provides the advance training and the retraining of law enforcement bodies management personnel. It is the leading subdivision of the departmental subsystem of advanced training and retraining of personnel, which provides the training of specialists for law enforcement bodies of the first degree of higher education (extramural form of study), as well as for the specialists of the second degree of higher education (Master's program).
Faculty of Management Advanced Training and Retraining Personnel

Managment of the Department

Head of the faculty of advanced studies and retraining of management

Head of the faculty of advanced studies and retraining of management

Ivan Lomot

colonel of militia
Candidate of Juridical Science (PhD in Law)

Brief biography

Having graduated with honours in 1996 the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus with a degree in "Jurisprudence", he continued his education in the post graduate course. From 1999 to 2008 he served as a teacher, senior lecturer and an assistant professor of Operational Work and Crime Solution Department of the Faculty of Criminal Militia and Detective Activity Department of the Faculty of Militia.

In 2005 he passed the PhD defense. The sphere of scientific interests – criminal process, criminalistics, detective activity.

From 2008 to 2010 he served in the Personnel Training Department of the Personnel Services Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. Since February 2010 he continued to serve as the Deputy Head of the Corresponding Studies School for Academic Work. In September 2010 he headed the Faculty of Management Advanced Training and Retraining.

He takes an active part in the organization of the educational process and in the inter-departmental problem seminar at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. He is one of the developers of 9 educational standards in the field of retraining.


Deputy head faculty of advanced studies and retraining of management

Deputy head faculty of advanced studies and retraining of management

Victor Zhdan

colonel of militia

Brief biography

He began his professional career in the units of the patrol and guard service of the Soviet militia. After graduating with honors in 1996 from the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus in the specialty "Jurisprudence" in the daytime form of education, served as an inspector of inquiry, an investigator, a senior investigator of the investigative department of the Leninski District Department of Internal Affairs of Minsk and an investigator for especially important cases of the Investigation Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic Belarus.

In the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – since 2000. Since November 2012 he is deputy head of the faculty for advanced training and retraining of leading cadres for academic work. In 2015 he graduated from the magistracy of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the specialty "State Administration of Internal Affairs" and received a degree in "Master of Management".

He takes an active part in the organization of the educational process at the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He is one of the developers of 4 educational standards in the field of retraining.

History and modern period of the faculty

The faculty of advanced training and retraining of leading cadres was created as a structural unit of the Minsk Higher School of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs on February 20, Heads of the faculty at one time were: S. Sazankov, V. Janushko, V. Veznovets, G. Zuyonok, L. Salenik. In 1986–1999, the faculty provided initial training and professional development for employees of the internal affairs bodies.

Since 2000, the main task of the faculty is to improve the skills and retraining of the leading cadres of the internal affairs bodies. The faculty also performs the functions of the head unit of the departmental subsystem of advanced training and retraining of personnel.

The admission of students to the faculty is carried out in accordance with the applications of the components of the internal affairs bodies of the Republic of Belarus, as well as on a contractual basis with other law enforcement agencies of our country.

The educational process at the faculty is carried out in accordance with the educational and programmatic documentation compiled for each category of students, and is provided by the faculty of the faculty of the Academy, as well as by invited specialists.

Today, the structure of the faculty includes the department of management of internal affairs bodies, the department of the organization of the educational process, as well as the department of correspondence education.

The department of distance learning was established in August 2017 due to the reorganization of the faculty of correspondence education, the history of which is directly related to the formation of the institution itself. Thus, the Minsk branch of the correspondence school faculty of the Higher School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR was formed by the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR on March 21, 1958 with the purpose of training highly qualified specialists for the internal affairs bodies in the republic. Head of the department on the proposal of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the BSSR was appointed V. Umnjagin. The first graduation was held in 1960.

After the formation of the Minsk Higher School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR in 1976, its structure included a part-time study department, as well as Vilnius and Riga faculties of full-time correspondence. In 1979, the department of distance learning was transformed into a faculty. Among his graduates are former interior ministers of the Republic of Belarus V. Naumov, A. Klimovskoy, V. Piskarev, as well as generals M Udovikov, V. Bozalygo, A. Beloshevsky, S. Matveev and many other well-known leaders who left a notable mark in the history of the internal affairs bodies of Belarus, CIS countries and the former Soviet Union republics.

Currently, the distance learning department provides training for specialists at the I and II levels of higher education for the police, the State Border Committee, the State Control Committee, the State Committee for Forensic Expertise, the Investigative Committee, the Security Service of the President of Belarus.