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Be champions at Consumer Law and Digital services?


The European consumer association BEUC organizes e-learning courses and prepares true champions in this sector. The lecturers of the association provided training for years in the field of Consumer law, Energy, Telecommunications and Financial services. The skills you need are provided through e-learning and classroom training.

BEUC developed the program Consumer Champion to increase the capacity of the experts in the consumer organizations.
This is a project fully funded from the EU budget and open to consumer organizations in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The programme includes not only trainings but it also provides access to a system of forums and blogs. Students can use the huge amount of information and can publish news about the activities of their consumer organizations.

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