Sida’s SEA Training Course: Applications Open


The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) is offering advanced strategic environmental assessment (SEA)  training to government planners and decision makers from selected countries. SEA practitioners in Cambodia, PR China, Lao PDR and Viet Nam are among those invited to apply. The first training will be held in Sweden in March 2013 and applications close 31 August 2012.

See the below attachments for more information about the course, including how to lodge an application.

Resources

File Name Size Modified
285SEA Strategic Environmental Assessment​_2013​_Brochure.pdf 298 KB 05-07-2012
285SEA Strategic Environmental Assessment​_2013​_Application 2012.pdf 771 KB 05-07-2012

Publish Date: 6th July 2012


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