The total number of registered trainee participants will be approximately 30. These participants will have to register(no fees) by submitting an application indicating their interest in attending the Training Workshop. The organizers might need to select potential participants based on their background.
Participants who have an interest in some the lectures to be presented at the Online Training Workshop are welcome to attend those parts of the Workshop without formal registration. They will not be eligible to participate in the discussion sessions. Accessing the online programme: http://isi-unesco.iahr.org/ .
INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS:
Language: All activities of the Training Workshop will be undertaken in English.
Background of Participants: The Training Workshop has been designed for, and is open to, young engineers, scientists and managers, who are based in developing countries and working in fields such as river basin/reservoir management, water and soil conservation, sediment management and control etc. and who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of fluvial sediment measurement and monitoring.
Benefits for Participants: Access to sessions, and provision of training materials (PPT, lecture notes, access to online video). An attendance certificate issued by UNESCO Beijing Office and IRTCES will be provided to all registered participants who have participated fully in the online training workshop and have returned a completed evaluation questionnaire after the workshop.
Interested participants should submit an application to attend the Workshop using the enclosed form.
APPLICATIONS SHOULD REACH THE COURSE ORGANIZER (1), WITH A COPY TO THE UNESCO OFFICE BEIJING (2) BY JUNE 18, 2021.
(1) Ms. Qi XIAO
P.O. Box 366,
No.20 Chegongzhuang West Rd.,
Beijing, 100048, P. R. China
Tel: +86-10-68786410, Fax: +86-10-68411174,
(2) Ms. Han WANG
Assistant Programme Coordinator, Natural Science Sector,
UNESCO Office Beijing
Waijiaogongyu 5-15-3, Jianguomenwai Compound
Beijing 100600, P. R. China
Tel.: +86 (10) 6532 2828 Ext 116, Fax: +86 (10) 6532 4854