Learning

Our learning programme offers on-demand and tailored courses that help existing and new users of the HCV Approach to understand and implement it better.

Sustainable Development Goal 4 – Quality Education

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

70+

learning events organized.

1

global virtual platform.

7

registered training providers.

600+

professionals trained.

To implement the HCV Approach, users need to be trained on the approach itself and on how to put in place management and monitoring plans to protect High Conservation Values on the long term.

The Secretariat offers two types of courses: on-demand and tailored. Courses are designed to provide the practical and in-depth skills and knowledge needed to implement the HCV Approach in a wide range of contexts.

On-demand

The Secretariat’s online learning platform allows individuals and groups to study at their own pace, whenever and wherever they want.

Topics include:

  • Introductory courses about the HCV Approach, HCV Screening in landscapes and jurisdictions, HCV identification, and HCV management and monitoring
  • Joint use of the HCV Approach and the High Carbon Stock Approach (HCSA)
  • Continuous improvement courses for Licensed Assessors and Quality Panel Members, among other.

Tailored

The Secretariat can develop tailored courses for organizations that would like to get their staff trained in a specific subject. For more information about tailored courses, please complete this form.

Assessor Training Courses

Passing an HCV or HCV-HCSA Assessor Training Course is required for individuals wanting to become Licensed Assessors. These courses are only offered by registered training organizations who must follow a specific course syllabus.

To register as a training provider, please complete this form.

For more information, please contact secretariat@hcvnetwork.org.

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