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28 April 2022

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Under the BOMCA Programme, national authorities are expanding opportunities for the introduction of e-learning methodology

From April 26 to 28, representatives of Turkmenistan took part in a regional seminar organized by the Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA) on the introduction of on e-learning methodologies in training institutions of the Central Asian border and customs agencies, as well as veterinary and phytosanitary services.

The expert team consisting of the State Border Guard College of Latvia, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences and the Frontex Agency shared EU good practices and approaches to e-learning, including an overview of the current trends and forecasted tendencies.

The main goal of the seminar is to equip participants with skills in conceptualizing, designing, implementing and evaluating e-learning courses. The results achieved under this workshop will further strengthen the institutional capacity with respect to professional training and competence development of border agencies’ personnel in Central Asia.

About BOMCA

The Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA), funded by the European Union (EU), aims to enhance security, stability and sustainable growth in the region, while supporting cross-border cooperation and improving living conditions for people in the border areas of Central Asia. Since its implementation in 2003, BOMCA has played a leading role in strengthening cooperation between border control authorities through the application of the concept of integrated border management, as well as in bringing border control in line with international and EU standards.

BOMCA’s tenth phase, launched in April 2021, covers four areas: institutional development of border management agencies, improvement of detection capacities, trade facilitation, and improvement of cross-border cooperation. With a budget of EUR 21.65 million and an implementation period of 4.5 years, BOMCA 10 is the largest regional initiative in the field. It is implemented by a consortium of border management institutions of selected EU member states and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development led by the State Border Guard for the Republic of Latvia.

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