CBRNE Training - Hands-on, Virtual and Hybrid Formats: Recent Experiences, Trends and Developments

2022-05-05
Vybornova, Olga
Abend, Michael
Mayer, Klaus
Sürer, Elif
Galy, Jean
Dusserre, Gilles
The workshop aims at exchanging experience in how training formats have changed and modernized in recent years, including evolutions driven by the pandemic. The advantages and drawbacks of various formats shall be discussed. Moreover, metrics for evaluating training impact and the effectiveness of hands-on versus online formats will be examined.
5th International Conference CBRNE Research & Innovation

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Citation Formats
O. Vybornova, M. Abend, K. Mayer, E. Sürer, J. Galy, and G. Dusserre, “CBRNE Training - Hands-on, Virtual and Hybrid Formats: Recent Experiences, Trends and Developments,” presented at the 5th International Conference CBRNE Research & Innovation, Lille, Fransa, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/99020.