- Training Course
- Singapore - government, Singapore Cooperation Programme)
- 24-28 Jun 2013
The course aims to provide participants with in-depth knowledge on the policies and regulatory frameworks for the development and management of climate change adaptation strategies. Participants will learn how to handle climate change issues with practical and sustainable solutions.
The topics include:
- Singapore's policies and regulatory frameworks for climate change issues and developments
- Economic evaluation, costs and benefits of mitigation and adaptation measures
- Master plan and road map for national climate change management
- Effective regulations and enabling legislation
- Physical, structural, social, financing and insurance frameworks
- Sustainable risk management.
Applicants should be:
- Mid- to senior-level officials, unless otherwise stated
- Nominated by their respective Governments or National Focal Points for Technical Assistance
- Suitably qualified to attend the training programme, as assessed by the training agency
- Proficient in English, i.e. have a good command of spoken and written English (Please note that there will be no interpreters on hand during the training)
- In good health and medically fit to complete the course
- Be able to attend the training programme from the start date to the end date.
This course is open to SCPTA and SIDSTEC countries.
How to registerPlease mail or fax the completed application form to:
Technical Cooperation Directorate
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Tanglin, Singapore 248163
Republic of Singapore
Fax: +65 64793357
- Climate Change, Risk Identification & Assessment, Insurance & Risk Transfer, Governance, Economics of DRR, Disaster Risk Management, Social Impacts & Social Resilience, Structural Safety