Monday, 16 April 2012 on 8:28am

Fellowships available for BIOTROP national training courses in 2012


Through funding support from the Government of Indonesia, BIOTROP has lined up 8 (eight) subsidized national training courses for 2012 to be conducted at the Centre’s headquarter in Bogor, Indonesia.

The training courses and dates of implementation are as follows:

    1. Management of Weeds and Invasive Alien Plant Species (9-14 April)
    2. GIS Application for Mapping the Agricultural Potentials of Local Resources (7-10 May)
    3. Prevention and Control of Mycotoxins in Food and Feedstuff (22-25 May)
    4. Agro-Industrial Wastes Utilization (9-13 July)
    5. Cloning, Sequencing and Analysis of Specific Genomic Target Region Using Bioinformatics (1-4 September)
    6. Mapping of Benthic and Geomorphological Habitats of Shallow Waters (16-21 September)
    7. Managing Stored Product Pests through Good Fumigation Practices (16-21 September )
    8. Utilization of Low-Cost and Locally Available Materials for Good Quality Fish Feed Mannufacturing (16-19 October)
Fellowships are available to at least 15 (fifteen) participants per training course who will meet the following qualification minimum requirements:

    1. At least a BS degree holder
    2. Currently holding a regular appointment in his/her organization
    3. Has at least 2 years of working experience or is currently involved in the subject matter of the training to be attended
    4. Preferably not more than 45 years old
Details of the training courses can be accessed at BIOTROP Website. Inquiries must be directly forwarded to designated course coordinators.

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