New Online Module on Entry-Exit System is available for self-paced learning

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30 March 2021

CEPOL is pleased to announce the launch of a new Online Module on Entry-Exit System (EES). The module is available for all registered users on CEPOL's online learning platform, LEEd.

The European Entry-Exit System (EES) is an automated IT system for registering travellers from third countries (non-EU citizens) which is due to go live in 2022. It will be used by almost all EU Member States and non-EU Schengen states such as Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.

Leading subject matter experts from Germany, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, the European Commission, Europol, eu-LISA, and Frontex joined with CEPOL to have the module reflect latest developments and insights in the use of the Entry-Exit System by law enforcement officials.

The module aims to provide users an understanding of the main topics and issues, and focuses on the application of EES and related business processes for the law enforcement community.

CEPOL's interactive self-paced online modules provide flexibility to autonomous learners:

  • start at any time
  • complete at your own pace
  • access content wherever you are at any time.

The estimated study time for this particular module is three hours. Through quizzes per topic, the users can test their knowledge. Upon successful completion of all quizzes, a certificate is issued.

CEPOL invites police, border guards, immigration and visa officers, embassy consular staff, judges, prosecutors and other judicial personnel involved with or interested in the EES to register on its online learning platform LEEd and enrol into this new Entry-Exit System module here, free of charge.

More information on the content of the module is available here. To check the full list of available online modules, please click here.

EES online module


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