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    Third Private Sectors Workshop to establish Association held

    On 15th June 2018, the third workshop was officially held hosted by Ministry of Environment Climate Change Disaster Management and Meteorology and the J-PRISM II Project. The revised constitution was finalized by participants. During the meeting, the election of executive members was done by Nomination & Voting.  The Solomon Islands

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    Communities supported with Waste Management Cleanup tools

    Two communities from two Provinces recently benefited from receiving waste management cleanup tools. Moli Community in Ulawa, Makira Ulawa Province and Ro’one Community in South Malaita, Malaita Province are the latest recipients to receive the Cleanup tools that will help them promote proper waste management in their rural communities.

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    Second Private Sectors Workshop to establish Association held

    The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology in collaboration with the Honiara City Council and Japan International Cooperation Agency is currently implementing the second phase of the Japanese Technical Cooperation Project for Promotion of Regional Initiative on Solid Waste Management herein referred to as the 'J-PRISM || Project'.

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    Celebration of World Environment Day_World Oceans Day_Coral Triangle Day 2018 in Honiara kicks start

    A series of planned activities in commemoration of the annual World Environment Day/World Oceans Day/Coral Triangle Day Celebration this year in Solomon Islands. Some of the planned activities includes; radio talk-back show, media press statement, Barana Community Environment Expedition, Clean Up Program and the actual event amongst others which will

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Our Core Functions

To provide an enabling environment for the socio-economic development of the Solomon Islands through the application of necessary safeguards with regard to sustainable use of natural resources, the provision of meteorological services, reducing the risk and impact of climate change and other hazards to communities and leading and managing disaster preparedness and their consequences.

The EU-PacTVET project that is jointly implemented by USP and SPC. As you may know, the project is aiming to build a regional cohort of certified Trainers and Assessors of the Resilience certificate qualifications developed through the project (Project overview is attached).

 

The first cohort training on Training and Assessment (or ToT) was completed on 4th May in which most of you on this email listing will have been enrolled.

 

We wish to now to make a call for applications for the first ever CERTIFICATE IV IN RESILIENCE PROGRAMME to again be offered by cohort basis through Pacific TAFE.  The project has about 20 PLACES AVAILABLE to support tuition for Fiji-based students and tuition & accommodation & travel for regional students for the face to face session in Fiji .

Priority will be given first and foremost to those that have recently completed the Certificate IV in Training & Assessment.

 

The programme comprises 4 courses which will be run according to the following schedule:

 

   A)      ONLINE SESSIONS:

 

   1.       CER41:  Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

             Cohort Basis at Selected Campuses - JUNE 18TH - JULY 6TH for 3 weeks

 

   2.       CER 42:  Institutional Frameworks in Resilience Cohort

             Basis at Selected Campuses - JULY 9TH - JULY 27TH for 3 weeks

 

   3.       CER 43:  Cost Benefit Analysis in Resilience Cohort

             Basis at Selected Campuses - JULY 30TH - AUGUST 24TH for 4 weeks

 

   4.       CER 44:  Workplace Communications - AUGUST 27TH - SEPTEMBER 21ST for 4 weeks

 

   B)      1 WEEK BREAK to prepare for F2F assessments - SEPTEMBER 24TH – 28TH.

 

   C)       F2F assessments in Fiji: OCT 01 - OCT 05

 

More information on the courses including eligibility requirements are attached. Additionally students that enrol for this programme MUST NOT be currently registered in another USP programme, and MUST NOT have any current holds with USP Finance.

 

If you are interested, please complete the attached application form - would appreciate receiving all applications by 30th MAY, 2018 to enable time for processing of applications.

 

PacTVET Brochure
Certificates III & IV in Resilience - Program Info
Cert IV Resilience Poster
Application for Admission_Undergraduate Programme
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