A pilot webinar series on Country of Origin Information (COI) and Judicial Training Methodology ended yesterday. It aimed at current or future judicial trainers on COI and was jointly organised by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) and the European Asylum Support Office (EASO)!
The training enabled over 40 participants from 14 EU Member States and trainers of both partner institutions to learn and teach in an interactive way.
The last session held Yesterday, 25th of May, covered the topic of Judicial Training Methodology. The EJTN expert leading this session advised participants on the principles illustrated in the EJTN Handbook on Judicial Training. She explained the role and competencies of the trainer within the judiciary: How to plan a training programme, how to use modern training methods and design, and how to organise training events and evaluations.
Due to the current situation faced by the learning sector since the COVID-19 outbreak, specific emphasis was put on webinars and interactive distance-learning tools.
The entire webinar series has been successful and achieved the pre-set objectives. EJTN is looking forward to further jointly organised projects under the matter of the international protection and judicial training methodology!