After successfully realised basic adult education trainings in Mostar and Zenica in 2018, DVV International - Country Office Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with the Institute for Adult Education of the Republic of Srpska organised the basic adult education training in Banja Luka, from 25th to 27th of October, and in Bijeljina, from 29th November to 1st of December this year.
The participants of the training were teachers and professional associates in secondary schools and adult education centres, which are registered as adult education providers in Republic of Srpska and in total 38 participants finished the training successfully.
Basic adult education trainings are created for teaching staff from public educational institutions and other accredited adult education providers, in order to improve their previous knowledge and provide them with new knowledge and skills on psychological basics and types of work with adults, didactical and methodical settings of learning and teaching, and possibilities for application of certain methods and working forms in educational work with adult learners.
The trainings were implemented by trainers Perica Ivanek, PhD and Ms Svjetlana Tubić, and were also supported by the representatives of the organisers, Mr Aleksandar Petić from the Institute for Adult Education of Republic of Srpska, and Ms Emina Herić from DVV International - Country Office B&H.
DVV International began its work in Bosnia and Herzegovina in June 2000.