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Ukraine: Train the Trainer Course in Sumy

Fourteen journalists and journalism lecturers from all over Ukraine are improving their training skills in Sumy. In a blended-learning course with two attendance phases at Sumy State University and in a two month long e-learning phase they learn how to create and conduct interactive training sessions on journalism.
Practical exercises and frequent feedback help to master the new teaching skills.

The MediaKompas NGO Sumy, the Department of Journalism and Philology of the Sumy State University, the Institute for Society and Communication NGO Zaporizhzhya  and Interlink Academy for International Dialog of Journalism (Germany) invite you to apply for the upcoming  course “Train the Trainer” (TTT).

You will learn the interactive learning methodology in two full-time attendance phases and in one E-learning module. You will create your own trainings for journalists based on your journalistic experience.

This Train the Trainer course is meant for journalists who want to become trainers and for university lecturers who want to improve their teaching methodology.

The course will be conducted by the experienced German journalism trainer Erik Albrecht. The language of instruction is Ukrainian.

Erik Albrecht
German Trainer Erik Albrecht speaks fluently Ukrainian

During the two attendance phases in Sumy, the participants will stay at a hotel. Meals will be provided and train tickets will be reimbursed.

At the end of the course, successful participants will receive a certificate of excellence.

More information on the program and the application procedure in Ukrainian can be found here.

The program is sponsored by the German Federal Foreign Office

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