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.

Upcoming Courses:

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