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Monitoring and QA refreshment training

29.02.2008

From 25 February to 29 February 2008, the refreshment training for monitors and quality assurance officers from the region of SEE was organized in Karaotok near ?apljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The training was attended by 36 participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. The implementation of the training was supported by United States.

Through lectures and practical presentations given by the experts from BH MAC, CROMAC and Serbia MAC, monitors and quality assurance officers up-graded their knowledge in the field of monitoring skills. Refreshment training also provided an overview of the actual organizational structure of Quality Assurance/Quality Control System and their achievements in the region of SEE. Monitors also had an opportunity to exchange the experience and knowledge between monitors/QA officers from different countries in the region of SEE.

The refreshment training was of crucial importance in order to successfully continue, strengthen and enhance monitoring and QA capacities in the region of SEE and thus effectively contribute to mine clearance efforts.