Training Aid is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission DG Home Affairs under the program “Law Enforcement Training” to prevent radicalization, equipping front line practitioners with the skills to detect radicalization in various settings and providing them with the tools to react in an appropriate manner.
Training Aid will facilitate the integration of member states counter-radicalization efforts establishing common procedures for highly-specialized training methodologies and integrating specialized topics such as strategic planning and fundamental rights by using blended technologies for synchronic and a-synchronic training delivery.
TRAINING AID WILL DESIGN A TRAINING COURSE WITH INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS. 48 PROFESSIONALS WILL BE RECRUITED IN ORDER TO DELIVER THE TRAINING COURSES AROUND EUROPE AND REACH MORE THAN 1000 FRONT LINE PRACTITIONERS.
The Target groups of this project are:
Training Aid project will organize Expert Users Panels in Spain, Germany and Latvia. Furthermore, the project will organize “Training of the Trainers” sessions in Germany, Czech Republic and Latvia in order to deliver training courses to reach more than 1.000 frontline practitioners all around Europe.
The Consortium of the project is formed by: Italian Ministry of Justice – Office for Triveneto, Agenfor International NGO (Italy/Switzerland), Fundacion Euroarabe (Spain), Technical University of Prague (Czech Republic), European Institute (Bulgaria), Universidad de Granada (Spain), Fachhochschule für offentliche Verwaltung und Rechtspflege in Bayern (Germany), Guardia Civil (Spain), Ministry of Justice (Prison Administration Dept.) of the Republic of Latvia.
THE RESULT OF THE CONSORTIUM’S EFFORTS IS HERMES:
HERMES IS A UNIQUE TRAINING PLATFORM INTENDED TO PROVIDE INTERACTIVE TRAINING COURSES FOR ALL PEOPLE ACTIVE IN COUNTER-RADICALIZATION ACTIVITIES.
And now, join us on HERMES, the European Platform to counter radicalization, terrorism and organized crime in Prison —> www.traininghermes.eu
is a not for profit network aiming to work in the over-lapping contexts of development, humanitarian crises and human rights. Our goal is to ensure Security through a better protection of human rights and socio-political participation with a particular focus on minorities, prisoners and other vulnerable groups. We are active in the field of counter-radicalization with training courses and research activities addressing the needs of first-line practitioners from the public and private sectors all around Europe. We periodically plan proposals in the field of security, human rights and international cooperation to EU and other international funds with the support of an extended partnership that comprises all 28 EU countries, Switzerland and Turkey.