CEP continues its project 'EU Pre-Accession Assistance to Montenegro'.
- Created: 02 December 2013
Slovenian Expert, MSc. Radovan Tavzes, will between 9 and 13 December 2013 consult and offer support to the Montenegrin Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism regarding the Waste Management Legislation. The main aim of the project is to support Montenegro on its way to harmonize its national waste management legislation with the EU acquis.
Slovenia continues the support to Serbia in the area of the reforms of the Serbian Police
- Created: 30 October 2013
Centre for European Perspective (CEP) , together with the Police of the Republic of Slovenia, is hosting a study visit of traffic police of Serbia between 21 and 25 October 2013 and therefore continues support to the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia in the reforms that are among priorities of Serbia for EU membership. This is a project of the Official Development Cooperation , initiated the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Slovenia and the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia.
Pre-Deployment Course Kosovo
- Created: 10 June 2013
The 5-day pre-deployment training course will be organised between 9 and 13 September 2013. The course is addressed to experts selected to be deployed to missions conducted by the EU, the OSCE or the UN in Kosovo.
The course aims at fostering a common level of knowledge and at creating similar expectations among mission members, which in turn facilitates the integration and coherence of the missions.
This will be achieved specifically by building a common understanding among future mission members of:
- The EU crisis management system;
- Kosovo’s history and distinct political and cultural features;
- International presence in Kosovo: background, key actors and coordination systems;
- Practical field-related issues.
By focusing on function-specific issues, the course aims to equip participants with the essential knowledge and information necessary to be active team members and to operate smoothly in the respective area of assignment. The training will be organised in a highly interactive manner with two round tables, role playing, simulation, and several case studies in which participants will be able to acquire new knowledge and skills. The added value of the training is first-hand information from Kosovo as well as networking possibilities, which support participants' future work in mission.
Please apply by 29 July 2013 using the ENTRi database.
This project is organised with the financial assistance of the European Union.
HEAT - Hostile Environment Awareness Training
- Created: 24 July 2013
Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is an intensive four days course aiming to train professionals to deal effectively with risks-associated and emergency/critical situations while deployed in hostile environments abroad. The course is intended for people who have little experience of working in conflict area to understand the required behavioural requirements.
The Course is designed to:
• improve participants knowledge about multiple threats present in hostile environments and to learn how to deal with them in an effective manner;
• rehearse and practice safety and security procedures accordingly with the specific threat;
• trigger individual skill dealing with different stressful situations;
• trigger group dynamics dealing with multiple stressful situations.
Training is composed of five modules. Activities include lectures, guided discussions, role plays and simulations. Trainees will be talking about being deployed in hostile environment (threat awareness and management of various threats, etc), medical help (vaccinations, personal hygiene, first aid), orientation, communications (GPS, radio, satellite phone) and off road vehicles driving. Practical activities and one day field simulation will be dedicated to practicing newly gained skills and will intentionally expose trainees to situations they are likely to encounter in the mission.
Training is organised by Centre for European Perspective in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenian Police and Slovenian Armed Forces.
DATE and LOCATION
Training will be held between 14 and 18 October 2013 at the Police Training Centre Gotenica. Gotenica is a training village with all needed facilities and full board accommodation for all participants.
All participants need to have a valid driving license which is needed in order to drive with 4x4 vehicles.
Trainees cover costs of transportation to the location.
Training fee: 1.200,00 € (covers training and full board accommodation during the training).
CEP participates in a seminar on safety at work in Podgorica
- Created: 05 June 2013
One-day seminar on 'Safety and Health at Work' started today in Podgorica, Montenegro. In the framework of the event a progress report on the CEP twinning project 'Harmonization and Implementation of the Regulations of Labour Inspection and Safety at Work' will be presented by Slovene expert Dr Maja Metelko.
The mentioned twinning project began in March 2012 with the aim of improving labour relations and working conditions of Montenegrin citizens in line with the EU acquis as well as to support implementation of European standards related to safety and health of employees.
CEP continues to support Montenegro
- Created: 23 July 2013
Centre for European Perspective (CEP) will in the framework of the project "Assistance in the process of EU accession negotiations" continue with providing technical assistance to Montenegro in individual negotiations chapters. This is a continuation of support in the field of public procurement, implemented by Slovenian experts to the Montenegrin State Commission for Control of Public Procurement in Podgorica, 25 and 26 July 2013.
The project is part of CEP program activities funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ funds for international development cooperation.
CEP project on EU pre-accession assistance continues in Montenegro
- Created: 27 May 2013
Centre for European Perspective (CEP) continues its project 'EU Pre-Accession Assistance to Montenegro'. Slovenian Expert, dr Miha Trampuž, will between 27 and 29 May 2013 consult and offer support to the Montenegrin Intellectual Property Office regarding the Copyright and Related Rights Act. The main aim of the project is to support Montenegro on its way to harmonize its national legislation with the EU acquis.
CEP will conduct training for veterinary analysts in Bihać
- Created: 10 July 2013
In the framework of the CEP project "Assistance in development of EU standards in the food safety and quality in BiH - development of veterinary control according to the EU standards" the first part of the training for laboratory analysts started today at National Veterinary Institute in Bihać. The project is financed by the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia - International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance.