Good impact assessment is largely a matter of know-how and training. Here you will find information on courses and other training opportunities for both policy makers and practitioners as well as for scientists working in the field of IA.
Excerpt:The Summer School of the University Utrecht ‘Food Politics in Europe’ will take place from 1-12 July, 2013. The course studies food politics and policies in Europe and the European Union by addressing current issues regarding the production and consumption of food.
Excerpt:The summer program on quantitative research methods of the Istanbul University takes place from 1-12 July, 2013 on Istanbul University Central Campus.
Excerpt:The 2013 EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School will take place from 30 June - 6 July, 2013 at the VIU Campus on the Island of San Servolo. The topic of the event is "Uncertainty, Innovation and Climate Change".
Excerpt:This course provides an overview of leading industry practice of SIA consistent with IAIA's International Principles for Social Impact Assessment. The course addresses current issues and topics that are relevant to the business of managing the social impacts of planned interventions.
Excerpt:The International Health Impact Assessment Consortium (IMPACT) will be running its comprehensive HIA Training Course on 17 June, and again later in the year on 11 November, 2013.
Excerpt:This year’s summer school on "Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM)" will take place from 16-28 June, 2013 at Mannheim University, Germany. The summer school addresses young academics interested in the highest standard of scholarly research in Europe.
Excerpt:The UFZ Leipzig Graduate School offers a HIGRADE Advanced Course on matters related to science policy interfaces and transdisciplinarity.
Excerpt:Summer School "Rural Development Beyond Agriculture: Perspectives and Potentials". Organisation/Location: The University of Applied Forest Sciences, Rottenburg (HFR), in collaboration with and through funding from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and in co-operation with the Annual Conference "Tropentag".
Excerpt:The CMCC-ICCG Summer School will take place from 20-29 May, 2013 in Venice, Italy. The summer school will be about "Climate Change Impacts and Policy in the Mediterranean Basin".
Excerpt:The Centre for Fisheries & Aquaculture Management & Economics in collaboration with the University of Kiel is arranging a PhD course on "Applied Econometrics for Renewable Resource Economics" that will take place from 13-17 May, 2013.