Anadolu Agency's (AA) Energy Journalism Training for international participants in Ankara will start on Monday with the collaboration of the Turkish International Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and the AA News Academywith.
Twenty-five international trainees will begin the program from ten different countries - Niger, Libya, Sudan, Iraq, Algeria, Cameroon, Romania, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Albania. Simultaneous English translation will be provided to the trainees.
Representatives from the Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Ministry, Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Turkish Petroleum (TP), TurkStream and academics from Turkey's Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkish Energy Law Research Institute and Institute for Energy Markets and Policies (EPPEN) will deliver training in accordance with AA's vision of establishing specialized reporting in different sectors.
As part of the program, several subjects will be addressed, including reporting and interview techniques, energy policies, the global natural gas and oil market and energy law. The Anadolu Agency's training is unique as it offers a 12-day program covering both theoretical and practical classes.
The program will continue until March 9.
Successful participants will be awarded internationally-recognized certificates at the end of their training.
The agency, which has over 1,500 subscribers both in Turkey and abroad, also plans to launch a Spanish service soon.
By Firdevs Yuksel