Last week DVV International organised a follow-up seminar for participants of training „Development and Evaluation of Curricula for Adult Education“ who successfully finished all the assigned tasks and all three modules of the training.
The seminar was led by the trainers Prof.Dr. Šefika Alibabić and Prof.Dr. Miomir Despotović, and also Prof.Dr. Aleksandra Pejatović, professors from the Department for Andragogy of Faculty of Philosophy University of Belgrade.
Besides evaluating the training's efficiency and describing the way of usage of the acquired skills and knowledge, the participants were able to analyse the own research tasks they had had to finish before the seminar. One of the topics was also an identification of the barriers for the implementation of outcome-based curricula and a capacity-building of key actors for its implementation.
After the end of the program, director of DVV International - Country Office B&H, Dr.sc. Emir Avdagić along with the trainers distributed certificates of attendance to all the participants for in total 60 hours of training.
Training „Development and Evaluation of Curricula for Adult Education“ consists of three modules, this time organised in the first half of the year, plus follow up seminar, and it is dedicated to representatives of those ministries who have already adopted the Law on Adult Education and to representatives of DVV International's partner organizations.
More information about the training find here.
DVV International began its work in Bosnia and Herzegovina in June 2000.