The Inspectorate for Education and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia (IESRS) is an affiliated body of the Ministry for Education and Sport. IESRS is responsible for performing inspections regarding the implementation of laws other regulations and general enactments that regulate the organisation and activities of education and schooling performed by nursery schools, primary schools, music schools, specialised schools, technical secondary schools, general upper secondary schools, colleges, institutes for education and training for kids, youngsters with special needs, organisations for education of adults and private companies that educate according to general accepted programs.
IESRS is responsible also for control of laws and other regulations and general enactments in the field of dormitories. In the field of sports the IESRS is responsible for control over the providers of the yearly sport programme, local authorities and sport events/parades.
The main purpose of this web page is the transparency of information, effective notification in the field of IESRS activities.
School inspection entails evaluating the administrative aspects of educational institutions; the institution in charge is the Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia for Education and Sport. School inspection includes monitoring the compliance of the implementation of acts and other regulations, and also ensuring the documents regulating organisation, spending of public funds and provision of educational activities are carried out correctly.
Requirements for Appointment as an Inspector
Applicants for school inspector positions must have at least a university degree (equivalent to a master’s degree), a minimum of seven years professional experience (in education, counselling, research or the development of educational administration), and must have passed a state examination in administrative procedure. One year after being appointed, they have to pass a special school inspector examination and, at four year intervals, a test of professional efficiency in order to retain their positions.
Conditions of Service
School inspectors are public servants. Their status, work conditions and salaries are regulated by the same rules and regulations that apply to all other public servants.