When: 26-27 September 2023
Where: College of Justice, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Academy of Security and Sciences
Kase 61, 12012 Tallinn, Estonia
Agenda: Click here to view the agenda.
Participants: 2 participants from each training academy which is an EPTA member.
Registration: Registration is closed. Please contact the secretariat for issues related to the registration.
The next EPTA conference 2023 will take place in Tallinn, Estonia on September 26-27 on the following topic: “Lessons Learned: Overcoming Teaching Challenges – Strategies and Solutions for Effective Education”. The conference will be kindly hosted by the holding president, College of Justice, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences.
The aim of this year’s conference is to find solutions to the biggest challenges we face. Learning and teaching are multifaceted processes. Academies must constantly find new solutions to reach students and provide them with quality education. Additionally, this encompasses future skills. This requires tools and resources, as well as skills, knowledge, the right direction, mindset, and the ability to use different methods.
That is why it was decided to make workshops the main part of this year’s conference, where EPTA members can find solutions and learn from each other with the help of specialists.
The hotel will be booked by the organisers for all the eligible participants that registered at the Nordic Hotel Forum.
If participants bring a companion, an additional fee of €22 per person per night would apply on-site. The price includes breakfast.
The EPTA Annual Conference is supported by the project ‘Innovating Together’, coordinated by the Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC) and funded by the European Commission. As such, participants eligible to the EC Justice Programme, can have costs related to their participation in the conference covered by the project.
Representatives from EPTA member organizations are eligible for funding if they are based in one of the following countries:
At least two persons per country will be accepted and funded (if eligible) as participants in the conference (on a first-come-first-serve basis). Additional participants will be put on a waiting list and will be accepted if there is sufficient capacity remaining. In total, a maximum of 70 participants will be accepted to participate in the conference.
The following costs will be covered for eligible participants (depending on a maximum amount per participant and the EC guidelines and regulations):
More information about the reimbursement procedure and detailed provisions will be shared after registration.
Non-eligible participants from EPTA member organizations or training academies with an observer status may attend the conference free of charge. They are, however, required to cover their own costs for accommodation, meals and travel.