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Successful training of the trainers



Posted on 05 December 2018
He is an experienced professional who had conducted such type of trainings for the last 16 years.
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It is very important to train officials who are in prevention, elimination and environmental crime combat field in accordance with internationally recognized programs and standards. For that purpose, WWF-Mongolia in collaboration with General Prosecutors Office of Mongolia and Coordination council for crime prevention of Mongolia are organized a Training of the Trainers` Course on 19-23 November, 2018 for 18 specialists representing law enforcement agencies.  
Training was special as Crispian J.E.A. Barlow, Technical Advisor-Enforcement WWF Greater Mekong  had facilitated the sessions. He is an experienced professional who had conducted such type of trainings for the last 16 years. Theoretical and practical aspects of the training had covered identification of tracks and traces of illegal operations in the field, and collection of crime evidences. The participants especially appreciated the facilitator’s guide where pictures, video and documentaries were used. The content also covered the issues of how to prevent from danger in the field conditions and how to render first aid during disease and emergency situations.
The training was of significant importance also due to introducing international practices around the globe, their working conditions, methods, and experiences. Participants expressed that the training was truly high level and they learned how to plan their content in line with international standards, also they were introduced new innovative methods of teaching.    
 
He is an experienced professional who had conducted such type of trainings for the last 16 years.
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WWF-Mongolia in collaboration with General Prosecutors Office of Mongolia and Coordination council for crime prevention of Mongolia are organized a Training of the Trainers` Course on 19-23 November, 2018 for 18 specialists representing law enforcement agencies.
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