Courses provide a unique opportunity for experiential education and professional scientific exchange. Each year a field course is offered, lasting about two weeks, at a location in the Colombian Amazon.
Additionally, the initiative periodically offers short, intensive courses on specific issues related to the conservation of biodiversity in the Colombian Amazon.
We do not have any open calls at this moment. Please check again at a later time.
Courses Held to Date:
3-9 May 2015: Field Course: Participatory Methodologies for conservation of biological and cultural diversity and territorial management in the Amazon. Marasha Natural Reserve, Loreto, Peru and Leticia, Amazonas, Colombia
27-29 April 2015: Course: Statistics for Amazonian Research. Bogota, DC, Colombia
27 to 31 October 2014: Course: Train the Trainers Worskhop, “Innovative Techniques in Scientific Teaching“, Bogota, DC
15 to 26 June 2014: Field Course: Conservation of Amazonian Biodiversity: Protected Areas and Influences Scale Amacayacu National Park, Amazonas, Colombia
12 to 14 May 2014: Theoretical and Practical Course: Fundamentals of Analysis and Modeling of Species Distribution. Bogota, DC, Colombia
5 to 17 July 2013: Field Course: Experimental design and field research techniques for the Conservation of Biodiversity in the Colombian Amazon. Macagual Amazonian Research Centre, Florencia, Caquetá, Colombia.
27 to 28 May 2013: Environmental Flows Assessment. Bogotá, DC, Colombia