PACE: Call for trainers for the Transnational Train-the-Trainers workshops

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for Enforcement Agents, deputy enforcement agents and data officers working at the office of an enforcement agent

The EU-funded project PACE “Creating Privacy Awareness in Civil Enforcement” examines the intersection of civil enforcement and data protection and aims to contribute to the effective and coherent application of EU data protection law in civil enforcement procedures.

The PACE Project is announcing a call for trainers to take part in the Train-the-Trainers workshops (ToT) for enforcement agents and/or their staff (especially data officers).

The Train-the-Trainers Workshops

Objective: to develop a sustainable training programme for the enforcement agents with regard to the intersection of civil enforcement and data protection (the application of the GDPR).

The workshops will be dedicated to applying an instructional methodology for adult learning, developing presentation and facilitation skills, designing courses, curriculum development and preparing course material.


  • 11-13 January 2024 (group 1); 18-20 January 2024 (group 2) and 12-14 February 2024 (group 3).
  • 2 persons per EU member state will participate.
  • Maximum 25 persons per group, on a first come first served basis.

Duration: 3 days/workshop (18 hours), online.

  • Participants are expected to attend all sessions.
  • The PACE Project certification: Possibility for conducting trainings in the field of civil enforcement and data protection, at the request of the enforcement agents and/or their respective professional organizations.


  • A very good understanding of the work of enforcement agents, including knowledge of the enforcement legal framework and procedures;
  • A good understanding of data protection;
  • Good command of English;
  • Interest in becoming a trainer. Prior teaching experience will be considered a plus;
  • Being a practicing representative of the enforcement profession (e.g. as an enforcement agent, data officer or employee).

Contents of the training: during the ToT, attention shall be given to didactic training; how to design and deliver training courses for adults; basic information and insight on data protection in civil enforcement; practical examples and exercises.

The candidates shall:

  • Be committed to deliver courses, as trainers, in the training activities developed by the PACE project.
  • Agree to design training modules on the application of the GDPR in their legal system, including the necessary practical exercises and examples.

In case you are interested:

Please forward us:

  1. your CV, preferably in EuropeAid format
  2. A motivation letter, including indicated commitment to attend the ToT Workshops

Candidates are kindly requested to fill in the form here or send their application to: or

Deadline: 8 December 2023 (EOD)