Throughout the year, we hold scheduled courses available for open registration. Below are the currently scheduled courses for this year.
|Course name||Date 2017||Location||Description|
|Promoting gender equality in natural resource management: From policy to action||23-26 January 2017||Bangkok, Thailand|
Participants in this training course will be exposed to gender mainstreaming interventions in sustainable resource management, particularly through interactions and discussions gender experts in the field and a visit to a community in Thailand to draw on-the-ground and direct lessons.For more information, click here.
|Transforming forest conflict in the context of climate change mitigation||6-10 March 2017||Bangkok, Thailand|
This training course is designed on the basis that conflict in climate change mitigation initiatives such as REDD+ can present opportunities to develop capacities for more inclusive and sustainable land-use development. It aims to enable REDD+ decision-makers to better understand the need to transform forest conflict. For more information, click here.
Market analysis of community forest products
|August 2017 (dates TBC)||Bangkok, Thailand|
This training is focused on improving the capacities of communities to promote potential community forest products and to obtain better market access for the products. It aims to explore the awareness and skills of participants to develop viable community-based enterprises.
|Leadership camp for sustainable forests: An experiential field-based learning with local communities||October 2017 (dates TBC)||Baan Huay Hin Lad Nai, Karen Community, Chiang Rai, Thailand|
This training focuses on promoting better understanding on the importance of leadership in the context of sustainable forest management and identifying and strengthening leadership knowledge and skills needed to bring about positive social change. The training camp is located in Baan Huay Hin Lad Nai, a Karen community located in a National Reserve Forest area in Chiang Rai Province. Participants will also have the opportunity to interact with 2013 United Nations' Forest Hero, Mr. Preecha Siri.
*with a study visit to a site in Thailand
For more information on these courses, please email email@example.com.
The tuition fee covers all training expenses, course materials, as well as all costs incurred during the field visit (meals, accommodation, and transport).
Please allocate adequate budget for daily meals, accommodation, and incidental fees. RECOFTC's Bangkok facilities are available for accommodation in a private, air-conditioned room for an additional US$30/day per participant for the duration of all the courses in Bangkok. Accomodation for courses in other countries will vary from city to city.