Throughout the year, we hold scheduled courses available for open registration. Below are the currently scheduled courses for this year.
|Course name||Date 2018||Location||Description|
7-12 May 2018
As they explore the concept, key principles and steps of FPIC, participants of this course will learn how to design and implement a process to obtain FPIC. The process ensures that elements of good forest governance are incorporated into forest landscape projects. Participants will develop action points to address potential issues and concerns in applying FPIC in their own respective country contexts. Click here for more information
16 - 20 July 2018
Mae Chaem, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Strengthening the ecological and economic resilience of agroforestry system can improve the livelihoods of local communities. This training explores the linkages between the fundamentals of agroforestry practices, community forestry and climate change adaptation. Once participants have an understanding of these connections, they will design a participatory process to consider what is the most appropriate agroforestry system for a specific community forestry context. Click here for more information
Transforming forest landscape conflicts for better governance
Sept/ Oct 2018
This training course is designed on the premise that conflict in forest landscapes can present opportunities to opportunities develop capacities for improved better forest governance, stronger rights of forest communities and create an environment for sustainable forest management, but only if the conflicts are addressed effectively. The course aims to enable landscape stakeholders, especially non-state actors, understand the need to explore strategies to transform forest conflict that can ensure sustainable win- win solutions.
Community based forest landscape restoration (FLR)
Sept /Oct 2018
Field based in Thailand (TBC)
This six-day training combines classroom exercise and field work, focusing on the practical aspects of community-based FLR. A multitude of FLR-related initiatives have emerged and while government-led FLR remains the dominant approach, community-based FLR is gaining increasing attention. The training explores the concept of forest landscape restoration, the balance it strikes between conservation and production issues, and ways to ensure all stakeholders’ contribution through inclusive engagement processes.
Leadership camp for sustainable forests: An experiential field-based learning with local communities
Baan Huay Hin Lad Nai, Chiang Rai province, Thailand
This course focuses on the importance of leadership in the context of sustainable forests at the landscape level. Participants interact with the local Karen community in the village and amongst themselves to assess and strengthen their leadership styles and capacities. Using the “learning by doing” approach, participants undergo a series of forest-based landscape challenges that will strengthen their leadership qualities to bring about positive social change in the landscape. Mr. Preecha Siri, the 2013 United Nations' Forest Hero, and other member of the Karen community will be key resource persons in this training.
For more information on these courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.