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.

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Monitoring Tropical Storms for Emergency Preparedness 03/05/2018

NASA ARSET

Disasters and Ecosystems: Resilience in a Changing Climate 15/01/2018

TH Köln University of Applied Sciences; UN Environment

Monitoring the Oceans from Space 12/10/2017

EUMETSAT

Remote Sensing of Drought 12/07/2017

NASA ARSET

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data Processing & Applications 17/04/2017

CEOS WGCapD

Overview of Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission, Data Products and Data Access Tools 07/06/2016

NASA

GPM Data Product Updates and Demonstration of Web-tools for Data Search, Analysis, Visualization, and Download 15/03/2016

NASA

Water Resource Management using NASA Earth Science Data (AM) 13/10/2015

NASA ARSET

Smart Industrial Hazard Management with GIS 17/06/2015

Supergeo

Satellite Remote Sensing 10/06/2015

ESA

Damage and Reconstruction Need Assessment 01/06/2015

NIDM

Climate Change and Disaster Risk (CCDR) Online Course 11/05/2015

EMI, GFDRR

WGCapD Distance Education Course 06/05/2015

CEOS WGCapDWGDisasters

Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 30/04/2015

UNITAR, UNISDR

Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Framework 16/04/2015

NIDM

Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Data and Applications 17/03/2015

NASA ARSET

Geo:spektive Platform

Heidelberg University of Education

Processing Satellite Imagery for Monitoring Water Quality

NASA ARSET

Earth Observation from Space: the Optical View

ESA

Geospatial Information Technology (GIT) in Fragile Contexts Logo. Image: UNITAR Geospatial Information Technology (GIT) in Fragile Contexts

UNITAR

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