EU-funded programme keeps enhancing e-learning capacities of border control agencies in Central Asian countries

  • Thematic Component: 3. Facilitation of Trade
  • Country: Turkmenistan

From November 7 to 9, the EU-funded Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA 10) held a workshop in Ashgabat for customs and border control agencies, including veterinary, phyto-sanitary agencies and their training institutions.

This workshop aimed to increase the effectiveness of the training programmes of the border agencies of Turkmenistan by integrating e-learning solutions, based on the European Union Member States’ good practices in the fields of implementing e-learning systems.

Experts from the State Border Guard College of Latvia presented the advantages of e-learning systems in the educational process, as well as equipping participants with knowledge on design, development, implementation and evaluation of e-leaning modules/courses.