Training is a key activity of the IOI global network. The Institute's flagship interdisciplinary training programme has been conducted at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia each summer since the initiation of the course by Elisabeth Mann Borgese in 1981.
Training Programme information:
o deepen their understanding of the complexity and role of ocean-related issues in sustainable development;
o strengthen and update their academic knowledge, while also being exposed to practical lessons drawn from actual experience in integrated coastal and ocean management;
o develop relevant skills, leadership abilities and networks to help them apply their new knowledge on their return home; and,
o assist their countries towards maximising benefits to be derived from the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, through the proper integration of coastal and ocean management into national and international development strategies.
o Module 1: Orientation and Introduction to the Training Programme
o Module 2: Ocean Sciences
o Module 3: Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management
o Module 4: Law of the Sea and Principled Ocean Governance
o Module 5: Fisheries and Aquaculture
o Module 6: Communication and Negotiation
o Module 7: Maritime Security
o Module 8: Marine Transportation
o Module 9: Energy
o Module 10: International Round Table and Conclusion of Training Programme
The Course Announcements and application forms for IOI Canada’s training programme on Ocean Governance: Policy, Law and Management can be downloaded from the Training section of the website: www.dal.ca/ioihfx Any queries and expressions of interest may be addressed to: Madeleine Coffen-Smout, Programme Officer, IOI Canada on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2019 Training Programme
The 39th annual training programme on Ocean Governance: Policy, Law and Management took place at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia from the 22 May until 19 July. The interdisciplinary course was attended by 17 participants from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, North America and the South Pacific and included five indigenous Canadians. Women were well represented again this year, making up more than half the group, and the range of different backgrounds and experiences resulted in interesting debates and learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.
As in previous years, the eight-week programme was organised thematically in ten modules: Orientation and Introduction to the Training Programme; Ocean Sciences; Law of the Sea and Principled Ocean Governance; Maritime Security; Communication and Negotiation; Fisheries and Aquaculture; Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management; Marine Transportation; Energy; and the Round Table and Conclusion of Training Programme.
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