Online training opportunities

UN-SPIDER acts as a facilitator of capacity-building in the use of space-based information for disaster management and as a gateway to space information for disaster management support. In lines with these roles, the programme curates information about in person as well as online learning opportunities provided by third parties that aim to support users in building skills in using space data and relevant applications to develop information products.

The table below list online courses that aim at strengthening capacities to acquire, process and map space-based information to support decision-making. The courses are offered by a wide range of organizations and are displayed below for information purposes.

Title Available fromsort descending Provided by
Getting Started with MODIS Version 6 Vegetation Indices Data (Part2) 09/08/2019

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Using Sentinel-2 for Crop Monitoring 09/08/2019

Digital Geography

Advanced Webinar: SAR for Landcover Applications 28/08/2019

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Echoes in Space: Introduction to Radar Remote Sensing 16/09/2019

European Space Agency (ESA); EO College

Webinar on application of remote sensing in hydro-meteorological and geological disasters 17/09/2019

Centre for Space Science & Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP) affiliated to the United Nations, supported by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing.

Forecasting and Communicating Water-Related Disasters in Africa 02/10/2019

Ensemble Framework For Flash Flood Forecasting

Image: NASA. New Sensor Highlight: ECOSTRESS 20/11/2019

NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET)

 

Advanced Webinar: SAR for Disasters and Hydrological Applications 03/12/2019

NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET)

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