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Belgium-Brussels: Study on the Training Needs of Court Staff on EU Law in the EU
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Study on the Training Needs of Court Staff on EU Law in the EU
The general objective of the present study is to map in details the training needs on EU law of the different types of court staff according to their respective tasks in the EU Member States.
Tasks to be carried out by the future Contractor:
— to map in details all the different court staff professions in the EU Member States and to define all their tasks in such a way that allows comparisons across Member States,
— to identify the different court staff’s tasks that involve aspects of EU law,
— to assess the training needs that derive from carrying out the tasks that involve aspects of EU law, including at which level (national – with a break-down per level of court (federal/regional/local) when relevant – or European) and in which language (foreign/English or national language) these needs would be better answered,
— to list the different court staff professions who perform tasks, which require EU law training, with reference to the corresponding tasks,
— to update the description of the national training systems for court staff established by the 2014 study and complement it with the description of EU-level training providers involved in court staff training and their related activities,
— to map the current training offer on EU law for court staff in the EU,
— to make recommendations for the improvement of training on EU law of court staff at national level and at EU level,
— to make recommendations of best concrete options to enable the EU-level networking of all court staff training providers.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See Internet address provided in Section I.3.
Section IV: Procedure
Commission building MO59
rue Montoyer 59, 1040 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Section VI: Complementary information
For British tenderers:
Please be aware that after the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU, the rules of access to EU procurement procedures of economic operators established in third countries will apply to candidates or tenderers from the United Kingdom depending on the outcome of the negotiations. In case such access is not provided by legal provisions in force candidates or tenderers from the United Kingdom could be rejected from the procurement procedure.