Published by: WMO ; 2020
Collection(s) and Series: ETR- No. 26
Format: Digital (Free)Published by: WMO ; 2020 (2020 Edition)
Format: Digital (Free)Workplace changes occurring each day and more rapidly call for significant innovations in the way we educate and train people for their professional careers. The new global and digital economies call for fluidity, resilience, and readiness for rapid reskilling to meet changing demands. The many papers collected in this publication reveal just a small sample of the innovations being explored in education and training around the world. Many of these originated as goals to increase access for learners, to make learning more efficient, or to increase the impacts of training initiatives to ensure t ...Published by: WMO ; 2020 (2020 edition)
Workplace changes occurring each day and more rapidly call for significant innovations in the way we educate and train people for their professional careers. The new global and digital economies call for fluidity, resilience, and readiness for rapid reskilling to meet changing demands. The many papers collected in this publication reveal just a small sample of the innovations being explored in education and training around the world. Many of these originated as goals to increase access for learners, to make learning more efficient, or to increase the impacts of training initiatives to ensure the investments of learners and teachers are well rewarded.
The papers represent innovations within the community that includes educators and trainers preparing people to work in meteorology, hydrology, climate services and related fields, as well as the communities that these professionals serve. It is just a snapshot of what is possible, but an eye-opening picture nonetheless.
Collection(s) and Series: ETR- No. 27
Format: Digital (Free)
Tags: Education ; Methodology ; Guide ; Education and Training Providers ; Basic Instructional Package for Meteorologists ; Basic Instructional Package for Meteorological Technicians ; Education and Training Programme (ETRP) ; ETR, Global Campus, Innovations Add tagPublished by: WMO ; 2020 (2020 Edition)
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PermalinkThis publication summarizes the main conclusions and recommendations from SYMET-13 and includes the Statement agreed by the participants on the final day of the Symposium.PermalinkBadan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG) ; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2018PermalinkBadan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG) ; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Sekolah Lapang Iklim - WMO, 2018The Climate Field School, CFS, is a program that has a goal to increase farmer's knowledge's and understandings on climate information's with a concept of learning by doing and learning by experiencing to reach a success in farming activity to support the increase in yields of agricultural sectors.PermalinkThe TsunamiReady® program began in 2001 to promote tsunami hazard preparedness and improve public safety before, during, and after tsunami emergencies. In 2015, the National Weather Service updated the TsunamiReady Guidelines based directly on emergency management principles and with input from the social sciences. This training provides an overview of the 2015 guidelines, which are focused on mitigation, preparedness, and response. The training will equip community officials and others interested in becoming TsunamiReady with strategies for streamlining their implementation of the guidelines. ...PermalinkUNESCO, 2014This booklet outlines UNESCO's activities in small island developing States (SIDS), covering the period from 2006-2013. It features chapters on: (i) promoting quality education in islands; (ii) building island resilience; (iii) valuing and sharing island heritage and identities; (iv) building knowledge societies in islands; (v) enabling island cohesion and social well-being; (vi) managing natural resources for a sustainable future; and (vii) the UNESCO participation programme in SIDS.
On resilience, the booklet underlines the particular vulnerability of SIDS to disasters, which ...PermalinkIbne Habib; Khan Md.Muzahid; Catholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid (CORDAID) ; et al. - CMDRR Forum, 2013This document reports on four school based simulation programmes aimed at raising public awareness and developing capacity on disaster risk reduction (DRR) that were organized in Babugonj, Chittagong, Kurigram and Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh between February and April 2013. It concludes that simulation programmes create a good positive learning for the community in the management of pre, during and post disaster situation. It provides lessons learned and recommendations intended to help the agencies working with disaster risk reduction and these types of campaigning programmes.PermalinkThis guide is intended to help Permanent Representatives of WMO (hereafter referred to as PRs) and potential candidates understand the purpose and benefits of the WMO Fellowship Programme. It will familiarize them with the application procedure, requirements, entitlements and available fellowship opportunities. It builds upon the Manual on Policies and Procedures for WMO Fellowships (WMO/TD-No. 1356, ETR-18) but takes into account the funding situation for the current financial period, identifying which elements of support can be offered within the available funding.PermalinkНастоящее руководство предназначено для того, чтобы помочь постоянным представителям при ВМО (далее именуемым «ПП») и потенциальным кандидатам понять цель и преимущества программы стипендий ВМО. Оно позволит им ознакомиться с процедурой подачи заявок, требованиями, правами и имеющимися возможностями в области получения стипендий. Оно опирается на Наставление по правилам и процедурам, касающимся стипендий ВМО (ВМО/ТД-№ 1356, ETR-18), но учитывает ситуацию с финансированием на текущий финансовый период, определяя, какие элементы поддержки могут быть предложены в рамках имеющегося финансирования. ...PermalinkEl objetivo de la presente guía es facilitar a los Representantes Permanentes de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM) y a candidatos potenciales una comprensión más cabal de la finalidad y las ventajas del Programa de becas de la OMM, con objeto de que se familiaricen con el procedimiento de solicitud, los requisitos, las prestaciones y las ofertas en materia de becas. Si bien se basa en el Manual de políticas y procedimientos para la concesión de becas de la OMM (OMM DT-Nº 1356, ETR-18), en ella se tiene en cuenta la situación del actual período financiero, y se establecen los elemento ...PermalinkLe présent guide est destiné à aider les représentants permanents auprès de l’Organisation météorologique mondiale (OMM) et les candidats potentiels à comprendre les objectifs et avantages du Programme de bourses d’études de l’OMM. Il leur permettra de se familiariser avec les modalités d’inscription, les conditions à remplir, les prestations et les offres de bourses d’études. Il se fonde sur le Manuel des principes et procédures applicables aux bourses d’études de l’OMM (OMM/DT-N° 1356, ETR-N° 18), tout en prenant en compte la situation financière pour la période financière en cours, et préci ...PermalinkSelby David; Kagawa Fumiyo; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); et al. - UNESCO, 2012This publication captures key national experiences in the integration of disaster risk reduction (DRR) in the curriculum, identifying good practice, noting issues addressed or still lacking, and reviewing learning outcomes. The study researched DRR related curriculum development and integration, pedagogy, student assessment, teacher professional development and guidance, learning outcomes and policy development, planning and implementation aspects covering thirty countries.PermalinkUNESCO, 2012This report summarizes the key outcomes of a three-day meeting which discussed and reflected on the challenges that climate change poses to education systems in Small Island Developing States (SIDS), and on the role that education must play in adaptation to climate change. Acknowledging that SIDS are already confronted with the effects of climate change, including rising sea levels and changes in weather and climate extremes such as droughts, floods and tropical cyclones/hurricanes, it considers the need for them to reduce their vulnerability to climate change by strengthening their adaptive c ...PermalinkUN/ISDR, 2011This publication focuses on the importance of education in disaster prevention and makes recommendations on how to support and build on local and national initiatives to reduce the risk of disasters through education. It provides a brief overview of major hazards and disaster risks in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. It presents a snapshot of national disaster risk reduction structures and key legislations. It also briefly outlines disaster risk reduction activities related to education undertaken by national agencies and activities by UNISDR and UNICEF.PermalinkAimed towards education planners and practitioners, the Guidebook is intended to provide support in developing the understanding of the science of climate change, observed and anticipated impacts, and possible responses. The Guidebook also covers the impacts on society, including poverty, health, migration, gender and ethics. It includes a section on responding to climate change, focusing on mitigation and adaptation, as well as international responses. The Guidebook continues by discussing education for climate change, touching on education for adaptation, mitigation, sustainable development ...PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkThe purpose of this unit is to introduce the online version of the Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior, S-290 course. The unit discusses the overall course objectives, the content covered in the twelve units comprising this course, course navigation, and the contributors to this effort.PermalinkS-290 Unit 6: Atmospheric Stability introduces the processes related to stable and unstable atmospheric conditions and explains their impact on fire behavior. This Unit provides detailed information about how fire behavior is affected by stable and unstable atmospheric phenomena such as inversions and thunderstorms. The Unit also explains cloud formation and describes the usage of clouds and other visual indicators to recognize stable and unstable atmospheric conditions. The module is part of the Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course "http://www.meted.ucar.edu/dl_courses/S290".PermalinkS-290 Unit 10: Fuel Moisture provides information about live and dead fuel moisture contents and their relation to fire behavior. Influences on fuel moisture and methods for estimating dead fuel and live fuel moisture in the field are summarized, and guidance is offered for assessing the potential fire danger based on fuel moisture and other fireline information. The module is part of the Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course.PermalinkCambers Gillian; Diamond Paul; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - UNESCO, 2010Developed through UNESCO’s Coasts and Small Islands Platform, Sandwatch began in 1998 as a regional activity involving the Caribbean UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network. It has since grown into a global programme, actively implemented in more than 50 countries worldwide with the support of UNESCO, the Sandwatch Foundation, and several other partners. This new, revised edition of the Sandwatch manual, made possible through the generous support of the Government of Denmark, builds upon more than a decade’s experience of Sandwatch practitioners across the globe – teachers, students, univers ...PermalinkUNFCCC, 2010This publication consists of two parts. Part I provides an introduction (chapter 1), a synthesis of information on actions undertaken by Nairobi work programme partners (chapter 2) and key messages and conclusions (chapter 3). Chapter 2 is divided into two sections: the first section presents synthesis information on the actions taken to enhance the assessment and understanding of impacts and vulnerability to climate change, while the second section focuses on actions that aim to improve the ability of Parties to make informed decisions on adaptation planning, measures and actions. Part II of ...PermalinkS-290 Unit 7: Wind Systems outlines general and local winds and their processes. Detailed information is provided about critical fire weather winds, including frontal winds, foehn winds, and thunderstorm winds and the effects of these winds on wildland fires. The module also describes topographic influences on winds, and provides guidelines for estimating winds based on location and fuel sheltering. The module is part of the Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course.PermalinkThis Manual is meant to serve as a tool for the effective management, internal oversight and coordination of fellowship implementation, and to guide Member countries in their requests for fellowships, group training and familiarization visits.PermalinkThis Manual is meant to serve as a tool for the effective management, internal oversight and coordination of fellowship implementation, and to guide Member countries in their requests for fellowships, group training and familiarization visits.PermalinkBefore going into detail about how to develop a public
education and outreach programme, consideration will be
given to some general issues associated with such
programmes. These include:
• How can the effectiveness of public weather service
programmes be enhanced?
• What is public education and outreach?
• Why have a public education and outreach
• What are the key strategies for public education and
• What are the critical success factors?
• What are the benefits of building pa ...PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkRussian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) ; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2004PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Ministerio de Medio Ambiente - Instituto Nacional de Meteorología - WMO, 2003PermalinkThis publication contains result analysis of the WMO Survey on Member's training requirements and opportunities in meteorology and hydrology, which took place during 2002. The survey represent an objective basis for a proper assessment and planning of the WMO training activities and for introducing modifications and improvements to the Education and Training Programme.PermalinkObasi G.O.P; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2001 (SG's lectures, speeches, statements-No. 114)PermalinkObasi G.O.P; Organisation météorologique mondiale (OMM) - OMM, 2001 (Conférences, discours et déclarations du SG-No. 114)PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; I.R. of Iran Meteorological Organization (IRIMO) - WMO, 1999PermalinkPermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Gachara J.; Lomas Jacob; et al. - WMO, 1997 (WMO/TD-No. 990)PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkWalker J.M.; Royal Meteorological Society (RMets); American Meteorological Society (AMS); et al. - RMets, 1984Permalink