One of the main aims of the EJTN Strategy Plan 2014-2020 is “to assure high standards of quality of European judicial training and promote quality standards for national judicial training”. In the last year, distance learning as opposed to face-to-face training has become an even more important tool for training providers all over the world. The EJTN as well as national training institutions provide different kinds of distance learning courses to allow for the continuity of initial and continuous learning of the European judiciary. However, many questions are still open ranging from the decision to when to opt for distance learning, which form to choose, and which platform to take.
This seminar will present and exchange experiences and best practices regarding the organization of distance learning courses. Together with judicial trainers and training methodologists, the seminar will present the different considerations to be taken when organizing distance learning courses, starting from the design to the evaluation. Participants will be presented with current options for distance learning and relevant e-tools, as well as with the main challenges of the methodology and design of online learning to meet the learners’ expectations and learning objectives.
Disseminate the use of the Handbook on distance learning
- Raise awareness of the available tools regarding distance learning
- Show different training methods that apply to e-learning.
- Learning to design an e-course.
- Learn best practices from other countries.
Trainers, Activity Coordinators, Training institutions, heads of programs
Number of selected participants per country: One
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online platform to which they receive access.
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.
- Terms and conditions of participation - Financial form
- Frequently asked questions
- Promoter form
Number of participants: 35 (including 4 experts)
Deadline for application: 23 April 2021