One of CEMLA's main mechanisms for disseminating knowledge are the events that it organizes.
Training: Provide knowledge and skills in matters related to Central Banking. It includes the courses and workshops offered by CEMLA, which have a variable duration and are open to different areas of the central banks on specialized topics. They often have the participation of external speakers and CEMLA.
- Course: Sessions given by an instructor / specialist in fields related to Central Banking.
- Workshop: Sessions given by an instructor / specialist with practical application in matters related to Central Banking.
Conference: Presentation of papers on Central Banking issues, among others. They generally last one or three days, are aimed at different areas of the central banks and have the participation of external speakers and CEMLA. It involves a call for papers and a selection process.
Seminar: Presentations in which knowledge is exchanged on issues related to Central Banking. They are generally events restricted by theme and areas of central banks and their duration is highly variable. They have the participation of one or more external speakers and presentations by the participants
Meetings: Process for exchanging knowledge, experience and opinions on specific Central Banking issues.
Workgroups: Meetings that are held with the objective of generating a specific product related to Central Banking.