On 8-9 October Entry Point Central hosted a development training workshop in Budapest. We had the honour of welcoming more than 40 participants from 13 different countries: Albania, Austria, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden.

The Development Training Workshop primarily addressed the operational relation between the initial training of students and the education of both On-the-Job Training Instructors and Competence Assessors. It emphasised the importance of development training and presented the benefits which an organisation can gain by implementing a modern training and assessment philosophy. Drawing on the expertise and practical experience of a broad range of ANSPs, the seminar also covered the upcoming regulatory requirements and the latest developments in training theory.

The highly positive feedback received from the workshop participants confirms that it was an excellent event offering a unique opportunity to actively share the latest news, developments and best practices among organisations while generating professional discussions and new ideas.

We would like to thank all the participants for making the workshop a success. We hope to see you soon at our coming events in 2015!

Please find photos and presentations from the seminar here.