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Summer School:Master the development of a climate service - start to finish

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Interested in using climate services for your work, research, or developing new business ideas? Apply for our free online Summer School

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The SECLI-FIRM Project, together with the UN World Meteorology Organisation (WMO) and selected partners, invites you to join our FREE, online summer school.

Master the development of a climate service from start to finish for the energy and water sectors

The course consists of six half day ‘face-to-face’ online sessions on 21, 23, 28, 30 September and 5 and 7 October 2021. Timing: 11:30 - 15:30 UTC.

In this course, you will learn about the importance of climate services in the energy and water sectors, understanding the operational and regulatory context. You will acquire theoretical knowledge and practical tools to design and deliver your own climate service, working in small teams. Hearing from leading experts, you will learn about real-world applications of climate services and best practice approaches.

This course is designed for junior researchers, practitioners, planners, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in climate services.

Languages: English

Level: BSc, MSc, PhD

Entry Requirements: Certificate in Upper Secondary Education (Science, Geography, Business etc)

Complexity: Medium to advanced

Up to 30 minutes is allowed for this online application. We look forward to hearing more from you.


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The Added Value of Seasonal Climate Forecasting for Integrated Risk Assessment (SECLI-FIRM) EU H2020 project aims to demonstrate how the use of improved climate forecasts, out to several months ahead, can add practical and economic value to decision-making processes and outcomes in both the energy and water sectors.

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