Training of Trainers: Knowledge Sharing and Presentation Skills

Feb 21 – 22, 2023 Ljubljana, Slovenia No Fee

About this learning event

Systematic approach to learning and sustainable investments in people and knowledge management directly affects the institutions’ performance and helps them achieve better results faster. In practice, this means investing in developing and practicing the skills needed to respond to any kind of disruption.

This training of trainers aims to empower the individual’s performance by strengthening their abilities to present and manage learning and knowledge sharing activities face-to-face or online in their respective teams and organizations. It is designed for a smaller group of participants who will explore different learning methods and tools, and learn how to design and facilitate dynamic and engaging learning activities. They will get to know different learning styles, acknowledge their specifics, learn about the principles of effective public speaking, and practice delivering a powerful presentation. In a safe and motivating learning environment, participants will be encouraged to reflect on their role as learning facilitator, their strengths, and room for improvement.

Who should attend

The training has been designed for tax officials, HR specialists, team leaders, and others interested in improving their learning and knowledge sharing skills. Regional tax experts involved in the implementation of the CEF Learning Program 2023 are also welcome to apply. 


  • Ana Frangež Kerševan

Ana is responsible for methodological design and delivery of trainings of tutors, design of conferences, and high-level events. She has more than 10 years of experience in exploring learning methodology and is driven by how learning works and what environment inspires learning. She believes in the power of experiential learning and her passion is exploring new ways to powerfully present ideas to different groups of audiences, also focusing on how to tackle soft skills in more technical substance workshops.

  • Tina Žagar

Tina supports the CEF’s efforts in helping SEE institutions develop their own knowledge-sharing capabilities and become knowledge hubs in their own right. She is interested in exploring ways of turning CEF knowledge sharing initiatives into unique, fresh, and sharp experiences with direct relevance and immediate practical application for public finance officials in South East Europe.

Practical information

Flights, transfers, and accommodation in Slovenia will be funded for up to 1 official per country from Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, and Ukraine.   Applications of additional self-funded candidates from the SEE region and beyond will be considered, as far as space permits.

The training duration is 2 days with working days between 9 am and 5 pm.

For participants that need visa to enter Slovenia, applications need to be submitted no later than January 10, 2023. For all the necessary information please also read the General Information on Learning at CEF. 


This learning initiative was supported by:

Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands