EUROMED Police delivers Train-the-trainers course on e-learning techniques

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01 December 2021

The EUROMED Police project implemented a Train-the-trainers onsite course on e-learning techniques at the premises of the International Training Centre of the Hungarian National Police in Budapest, Hungary. The activity took place from 15 to 19 November and allowed the participants to gain an understanding of the concept of blended learning and basic e-learning techniques. During the course, the trainees also familiarised themselves with authoring tools, webinar applications and learning management systems.

The activity involved Law Enforcement officers from the training units of the Palestinian Civil Police, the Lebanese General Directorate of State Security and the Lebanese Armed Forces. Other than engaging in practical exercises, theoretical sessions were also delivered on learning paradigms, adult learning principles and training design.

E-learning is an important tool in today’s law enforcement training landscape. It encourages innovation, enables self-paced study, and offers access to learning at a much more affordable cost than classroom-based learning. EUROMED Police aims at transferring CEPOL’s good practices and expertise in the sector to the project beneficiaries.


About EUROMED Police

The EUROMED Police project aims to enhance the capacity of the Southern Partner Countries to fight serious and organised crime and strengthen strategic cooperation between national law enforcement authorities in Southern Partner countries, as well as between Southern Partner countries, EU Member States and EU Agencies. For more information, please visit the project page.

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European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

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European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
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Hungary

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