SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
 Compendium
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Listing Projects - Activity Type of Training (250)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Earth Science and Marine Geology Training Course at USP This course was a six-week training course held at the Institute of marine Resources, University of the South Pacific from January - February 1984. The course is in line with the recommendations of the 9th Annual Session of SOPAC (than CCOP/SOPAC) for it to be a co-joint course between the University of the South Pacific and Victoria University of Wellington. Human Resources Development (HRD) Training 1984
Coastal Mapping Technique Workshop, Tonga Nationals of Vanuatu participated in a Coastal Mapping Technique Workshop held in Tonga. Coastal Processes (CP) Training 1984
Training Workshop on Wind Data Analysis Two training workshops on wind data analysis were convened in the Fiji Islands. Participation at the workshops was from Fiji Department of Energy and from the Tonga Energy Office as part of a wider focused energy training attachment. Energy (E) Training 1999
TAF/ OFDA Courses: Disaster risk management training and development The Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) course was held in Nadi from the 7 - 11th of April and the Initial Damage Assessment (IDA) course was held in on the 1-2nd of May 2003. EOC training was essential to building stronger capacity within country to better respond and manage emergencies and disasters. The TAF/ OFDA program recently supported Fiji's NDMO to deliver a 3 day workshop in Labasa (August 11th to 13th ) for 24 Disaster/ emergency managers in the Northern Division. The aim of the workshop was to provide participants with greater knowledge and skills necessary for the establishment, operation, management and administration of EOC. Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Training 2003
Support Capacity Building activities within SOPAC technical programmes and within CROP initiatives (cont'd) Lectures delivered in undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses relating to Earth and Marine Science, and Marine Law and Policy at the University of the South Pacific; Resource inputs to training workshops convened by SOPAC as well as other organisations provided; Resource material developed and available.Thesis supervision for MSc student at USP. Coastal Processes (CP) Training 2005
Hydraulic Training for the Department of Rural Water Supply (DGMWR) During a field visit to Vanuatu by SOPAC on the NZODA funded Water Demand Management Project, groundwork for this training course was laid. The trip coincided with a training assessment mission for the Vanuatu Department of Geology, Mines and Water Resources (DGMWR) conducted by NZODA. The NZODA consultant saw good opportunities for SOPAC to provide training on basic hydraulics for selected members of Rural Water Supply staff. Funding for the training was to be provided by NZODA. The training took place on two separate occasions in 2000 and 2001 respectively. Water and Sanitation (WS) Training 2000
Introductory Geology Course A public awareness in earth sciences and SOPAC work activities was illustrated in a series of lectures and display materials and presented to secondary school pupils. This was to assist in solving the difficulties identified in the continuation of interest of students pursuing a career at the Apia Observatory. Minerals (M) Training 1992
Damage and Needs Assessment Training Course The training package was developed to bring uniformity in the method for assessing damage and needs in Pacific Island Countries. The need for this course was identified by all PICs and confirmed by the regional training advisory group. SPDRP started developing some material and tested it out in several countries Human Resources Development (HRD) Training 2000
Driller Training Samoa Government drillers in water and geotechnical drilling investigation techniques. Samoan drillers attached to the Apia Observatory were also trained in water and geotechnical drilling techniques. Attachment of two drillers was to the Minerals Resources Department drilling units for six week periods. Coastal Processes (CP) Training 1992
Water Sector Fellowship Fellowship training at the water sector of the SOPAC Secretariat for a Niue national Water and Sanitation (WS) Training 1998
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