Training

The Florence Competition Programme in Law & Economics offers training courses combining high academic standards together with a profound synergy with current enforcement problems and trade-offs. The courses mix lecturers from academia, public institutions and private companies. As a result, the participants (National Competition Authorities’ officers, companies’ experts and professionals in the private practice) are exposed to different opinions and points of view, widening their knowledge and perspectives.

Annual Training

The Annual Training provides participants with an advanced state-of-the-art overview of the main issues concerning the application of competition law and economics and State aid rules. Participants benefit from a unique learning platform where different stakeholders can work together to build a common enforcement culture in the field of competition across Europe and beyond. The Annual Training is held every year from September to April. It includes both an intensive residential segment held at the EUI campus in Florence, and e-learning activities organised via an ad-hoc online platform. The intensive residential part is composed of 50 + hours of lectures divided in 3 blocks, each one lasting 2.5 days (i.e. from Thursday to Saturday morning).

Ad-Hoc Trainings

These are specific training courses organised upon the request of National Competition Authorities or private companies supporting the Florence Competition Programme activities. For these courses, the structure and the focus of the training are decided jointly.

On 29 May the Florence Competition Programme, together with the Florence School of Regulation, Communications & Media Area, run an ad-hoc intensive training on Competition Law in Electronic Communications in Ljubljana for AKOS – Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia.