From January 23 to 25, BOMCA 10 held a workshop in Kazakhstan on the implementation of their e-learning methodology and using the associated e-learning platform in Central Asian border guard and customs’ institutions.
This workshop aimed to increase the effectiveness of the training programmes of the border agencies of Kazakhstan by integrating e-learning solutions, based on the European Union Member States’ best practices in the fields of introducing e-learning systems and developing the IT competences of teachers to create their own online courses.
The expert team from State Border Guard College of Latvia introduced participants to the advantages of e-learning in the educational process, as well as equipping participants with knowledge on design, development, implementation and the evaluation of the e-leaning module. This was supported with examples of the EU MS’ good practices in the implementation of e-learning systems and practical training on the use of e-learning platforms. As part of the hands-on training, participants were taught to develop electronic modules/course content and performed an assessment test on the Moodle platform using interactive resources/materials.
Using the Moodle platform, participants will develop courses in various areas of the border service and implement those in the structure of the training courses in 2024.