Trained UA Staff

On 19 of February 2020, SUIT conducted the Workshop on the issues of the quality of implementing CBHE projects in Ukraine and peculiarities of designing study programs based on international experience within national legislation. Corresponding trainings have been delivered by representatives of NEO in Ukraine (Svitlana Shytikova and Zhanna Talanova) and by expert on the national higher education reform team Prof. Yuriy Rashkevich.

This event invited more than 100 participants both project members and academic staff of numerous HEIs of Kyiv, Chernivtsi and other Ukrainian cities. All registered participants were awarded by Certificates of NEO in Ukraine and WARN Project. This event became the first training for consortium members aimed at preparing the personnel for the modernization of Master’s study programmes.

Training delivered by Hybrid Strategies Lab of TNO (The Netherlands)

Associated partner Hybrid Strategies Lab of TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research) held 2 sessions of online trainings (due to the pandemic restrictions) for WARN partners in December of 2020. Training was developed especially for WARN project as a part of the Course “Gaming Hybrid conflict”. During the training project members exercised in applying Matrix and Dilemma games for the decision of the complex issues with hidden – hybrid threats using various cases. 20 teachers were trained and took Certificates.

Training at Summer School of the University of Jyväskylä together with HybridCoe (Finland)

In August of 2021 three project team members (Mariia Golovianko (NURE), Myroslava Chekh (UCU), Tetiana Reva (NAMSCA)) obtained the intensive training in the course Changing Security and Hybrid Threats provided by Summer School of the University of Jyväskylä. The course was developed in collaboration with experts from the European Center of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (Hybrid CoE) who were invited to teach the course among other experts in various aspects of security issues.

The trained persons shared the obtained information with other project members during workshop conducted at UCU in October of 2021.

During the same event, partners from the University of Jyväskylä conducted a training on adversarial learning in the fight against hybrid threats, in particular, cognitive hacking. In total, 20 representatives of university project teams participated in this training.

Training at the Tartu University (Estonia)

In the result of the first offline training conducted in May of 2023, 25 team members obtained the knowledge and skills in researching the hybrid vulnerabilities in media and cultural policy as well as russian influence on the Baltic states, prospects and challenges of digital democracy and cyber security.