News CNUE, 18 January 2024
Launch of the new training programme EL@N II
The Kick-off meeting of the EU co-funded project EL@N II successfully unfolded on 12 January in Vilnius, following the Handover of Powers ceremony on 11 January, and marking a first significant milestone of the CNUE Lithuanian Presidency.
Under the chairmanship of Mr. Marc Wilmus, Chair of the CNUE Training Working Group, and with the active participation of representatives from all consortium partners, the kick-off meeting provided a platform to discuss and plan the deployment of activities across five key training modules important for European notaries.
The meeting featured presentations by leaders from different Working Groups, outlining plans for constructing modules on Successions Law, AML, Cross-border enforcement of Authentic Acts, English for Notaries, and Strengthening gender equality in the notarial practice. The training material will progressively be made available to notaries connecting on the CNUE eLearning platform, accessible through the ENN website. Furthermore, EL@N II will allow notaries to get trained, to meet and to exchange views and opinions through a series of seminars and webinars.
This collaborative event allowed partners to share ideas and thoughts on the prospective modules, fostering a collective agreement on roles, tasks, and timelines for the delivery of the project’s outputs. The consortium looks forward to a dynamic and impactful implementation of its initiatives, propelling EL@N II towards its goals of innovation and progress in notarial practices.
The newly started EL@N II project, a new CNUE coordinated initiative on training co-funded by the EU, will last two years and will count on the cooperative work of national notariats from Austria, Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, and Spain, as well as the UINL and the ENRWA. France will support the project as an associated partner.