The Oceania node has collaboration and information, knowledge and experience sharing as its central ethos. Training is one mechanism for sharing information, knowledge and experience
Training activities play a major role in supporting both node partners and in-country partners to build their capacity and understanding on current technologies.
Training occurs at various levels including regional Universities, training workshops, secondments, and multi-disciplinary projects.
The University of Sydney coordinates training activities across the Oceania Node and also builds training programs globally.
The University of Sydney is planning another training event on digital soil mapping in early 2014.
To register your interest in upcoming training courses email email@example.com
Recent training conducted by the Soil Security Laboratory has included:
- 2–5 April 2012: Digital soil mapping training prior to the 5th Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping
- 7–15 March 2013: Digital soil mapping training for soil scientists from the Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (9 participants)
- 4–5 April 2013: Soil Spectral Inference workshop (26 participants)
- 18–20 June 2013: Digital soil mapping training for soil scientists from Australian State and Federal soil agencies, sponsored by the Australian Collaborative Land Evaluation Program (ACLEP). The training manual from this workshop is available online: http://www.clw.csiro.au/aclep/documents/DSM_R_manual_2013.pdf
- A number of DSMART disaggregation technique targeted training workshops have been run to allow people across collaborating institutions to become familiar with the method and to apply it across the country.