Search tool for justice practitioners to find training courses and self-training resources on EU law. Legal practitioners and justice professionals can find in the ETP application, training courses and self-learning material on a great variety of topics.
The European Training Platform (ETP) is a search tool for the use of legal practitioners and justice professionals who want to train themselves on any practice area of EU law or related matters. Legal practitioners and justice professionals can find training courses and self-learning material on a great variety of topics.
The training providers supply information regarding the training activities they organise in the EU and in different languages. The European Commission contributes to the platform with ready-to-use training materials or handbooks produced notably thanks to EU financial support.
Legal practitioners and justice professionals
You will find many training opportunities on EU law and related matters advertised on the European Training Platform as well as training resources for self-learning.
You can search according to different search fields (such as topic of the course, venue, date, language and practice area: from civil law, public law, criminal law to fundamental rights, legal language, deontology or legal skills).
The platform is now in a test phase and is open to EU-level training providers, whose expertise has been recognised by the EU as they are recipients of annual operating grants per their mention in EU funding programmes.
Once the test phase has been completed, the Commission will explore the possibility to open the European Training Platform to other training providers, who may advertise their training course on EU law or on a national topic, which includes EU law or cross-border elements. For this, the interested training provider will need to first follow the registration procedure, which will be described here in due time.
List of training providers:
- European Judicial Training Network (EJTN)
- Academy of European Law (ERA)
- European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA)
- European University Institute (EUI)
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Last update: 12/10/2020