- CEER members and observers: €600 (or 1.25 training credits)
- CEER non-members: €840
The course fee includes access to a series of online classes, literature review and reading materials, exercises and course work.
This course is open to participants from National Regulatory Authorities. Participants from European Institutions (ACER, European Commission) are also welcome to attend. Priority is given to CEER members and observers.
Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Information on the substitute delegate should be communicated by email at least 3 weeks before the first online class.
No course fee will be charged if written cancellation requests are received at least 3 weeks before the date of the first online class. Full course fees will be charged for cancellation requests received after this deadline.
CEER offers 4 (four) scholarships of 50% fee reduction to participants from CEER members and observers for registering to this course. The scholarships are offered based on the principle of helping those facing budget constraints to reduce the costs of sending their staff to CEER training courses.
The eligible NRAs for CEER Training Scholarships are those from countries whose GDP per capita falls below the 90% threshold of the EU-27's GDP per capita (according to the Eurostat official data: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/databrowser/view/tec00114/default/table?lang=en).
Participants from the qualified NRAs are invited to apply for the four CEER Training Scholarships for this course by indicating this in the online registration form in the tab "Registration". When the registration is closed, the four selected participants will be notified whether they receive the scholarships. If more than four individuals apply for the scholarships, only four participants from the qualified NRAs with the lowest percentage from the Eurostat figures are chosen. An eligible NRA can benefit from maximum 2 scholarships per year. More scholarships could be offered to the qualified NRAs with the lower percentage (below 50%) from the Eurostat figures.