ioc_programmeOcean Literacy

Courses tagged with "ioc_programme::ocean_literacy"

A mudança que precisamos para o Oceano que queremos - Literacia do Oceano com escolas
Online

OL_2023PT

A mudança que precisamos para o Oceano que queremos - Literacia do Oceano com escolas

Portugal
Training Center

O curso pretende aumentar a capacidade dos professores para tomar decisões, bem como comunicar e ensinar, sobre o oceano. Além disso, pretende potenciar o papel dos professores e educadores como multiplicadores desta capacidade, aumentando a capacidade dos seus alunos e comunidades escolares de transformar o conhecimento em efetivas mudanças de atitude. O curso abordará a Literacia do Oceano sob a abordagem multiperspetiva consagrada pela UNESCO e insere-se nos Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável 4 (Educação de Qualidade), 6 (Água potável e Saneamento), 12 (Produção e Consumo Sustentáveis), 13 (Ação Climática) e 14 (Proteger a Vida Marinha) da Agenda 2030. O curso fornecerá conhecimentos e ferramentas para a sala de aula que fomentam o pensamento crítico e compreensão sobre o oceano, aumentam a consciência sobre a nossa relação diária com o oceano e os nossos comportamentos que impactam a sustentabilidade do oceano. Pretende-se que as aprendizagens dos formandos sejam transferidas e adaptadas a contextos educativos formais.

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change (Self Paced)
Online

SP_OL_Edu_2023

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change (Self Paced)

Belgium
Training Center

The ocean provides numerous public benefits yet there is a pressing need to further mainstream Ocean Literacy in governance. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the Ocean and the Ocean’s influence on people’. This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability.

This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability. 

This is a self-taught course that includes presentations, references and quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and receive a Certificate, it is a requirement to complete all quizzes ((unlimited attempts allowed).

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OL**2024

This is a self paced course and no feedback will be provided. For specific questions about this course please contact: oceanliteracy@unesco.org.

Ocean Literacy: Why the ocean should matter to us all (Self Paced)
Online

SP_OL_Gen2023

Ocean Literacy: Why the ocean should matter to us all (Self Paced)

Belgium
Training Center

We all depend on the ocean, yet Ocean Literacy needs to be further enhanced worldwide. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people’. It is not only about increasing awareness on the state of the ocean, but it is also about providing tools and approaches to transform ocean knowledge into actions that promote ocean sustainability.

This course  provides a general overview of the importance of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and ways forward for sustainability. It will introduce the concept of Ocean Literacy, describe its basic principles, tools and approaches, and give a basic understanding of how a wide spectrum of stakeholders and social actors can support Ocean Literacy. It ultimately expects to encourage participants to incorporate Ocean Literacy in their work and everyday lives.

This is a self-taught course that includes presentations, references and quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and receive a Certificate, it is a requirement to complete all quizzes ((unlimited attempts allowed).

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OL**2024

This is a self paced course and no feedback will be provided. For specific questions about this course please contact: oceanliteracy@unesco.org

Mainstreaming Ocean Literacy in Governance (Self Paced)
Online

SP_OL_Gov2023

Mainstreaming Ocean Literacy in Governance (Self Paced)

Belgium
Training Center

The ocean provides numerous public benefits yet there is a pressing need to further mainstream Ocean Literacy in governance. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the Ocean and the Ocean’s influence on people’. This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability.

This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability. 

This is a self-taught course that includes presentations, references and quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and receive a Certificate, it is a requirement to complete all quizzes ((unlimited attempts allowed).

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OL**2024

This is a self paced course and no feedback will be provided. For specific questions about this course please contact: oceanliteracy@unesco.org.

iSea Stories: Understanding the Ocean for Media and Press (Self Paced)
Online

SP_OL_Media_2023

iSea Stories: Understanding the Ocean for Media and Press (Self Paced)

Belgium
Training Center

The ocean provides numerous public benefits yet there is a pressing need to further mainstream Ocean Literacy in governance. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the Ocean and the Ocean’s influence on people’. This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability.

This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability. 

This is a self-taught course that includes presentations, references and quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and receive a Certificate, it is a requirement to complete all quizzes ((unlimited attempts allowed).

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OL**2024

This is a self paced course and no feedback will be provided. For specific questions about this course please contact: oceanliteracy@unesco.org.

IOC/OTGA/OL: Ocean Literacy Training for architects and urban planners (self-paced)
Online

SP_OLArchitect2023

IOC/OTGA/OL: Ocean Literacy Training for architects and urban planners (self-paced)

Belgium
Training Center

The ocean is intrinsically connected to our lives, our coast, our heritage, architecture, and to how our cities are planned. Ocean Literacy (OL) is the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people. 

This course will provide architects, urban planners, marine planners, and designers with an overview of the importance of the ocean and how to consider it when planning and designing. It will showcase examples of how the ocean can be considered in diverse scales, from the design of a small product that can later connect to the ocean with its materials, the design of buildings and infrastructure that interact with the architecture and infrastructure and the overall planning of our cities, which have a deep interaction with our oceanic common systems. This training aims to provide professionals with diverse tools so they can consider sustainable ways to consider the ocean in their decision-making process.

This is a self-taught course that includes presentations, references and quizzes designed to help learners assess their own learning at regular intervals. In order to successfully complete the course and receive a Certificate, it is a requirement to complete all quizzes ((unlimited attempts allowed).

To enrol, please register on the OceanExpert website (www.oceanexpert.org). Once your OceanExpert account is Approved, you can self-enrol in the course. If you already have an OceanExpert account, you can self-enrol in the course using your OceanExpert user name and password.

The enrolment key is OL**2024

This is a self paced course and no feedback will be provided. For specific questions about this course please contact: oceanliteracy@unesco.org.

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change
Online

OL_Edu_2021

Educating about the Ocean: Waves of change

Belgium
Training Center

We all depend on the ocean, yet Ocean Literacy needs to be further enhanced worldwide. Formal and non-formal educators are key to advance ocean sustainability. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people’. It is not only about increasing awareness on the state of the ocean, but it is also about providing tools and approaches to transform ocean knowledge into actions that promote ocean sustainability.

This course will provide a general overview of the importance of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and ways forward for sustainability. It will introduce the concept of Ocean Literacy, describe its basic principles, tools and approaches, and provide understanding on how educators can incorporate Ocean Literacy in their work.

iSea Stories: understanding the Ocean for media and press
Online

OL_Media_2021

iSea Stories: understanding the Ocean for media and press

Belgium
Training Center

Media and press are key players to advance ocean sustainability. This course will provide an overview of the importance of the ocean, challenges faced by the ocean and innovative solutions and case-studies to address these. It will provide insights and tools to allow the development of attractive, accurate and effective story telling about the ocean in media and press. This online course is the first of its kind for journalists and media representatives.

This course will provide insights and tools to allow the development of attractive, accurate and effective story telling about the ocean in media and press. It will provide an overview of the importance of the ocean, challenges faced by the ocean and innovative solutions and case-studies to address these.

Mainstreaming Ocean Literacy in Governance
Online

OL_Gov_2021

Mainstreaming Ocean Literacy in Governance

Belgium
Training Center

The ocean provides numerous public benefits yet there is a pressing need to further mainstream Ocean Literacy in governance. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the Ocean and the Ocean’s influence on people’. This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability.

This course will provide government officials with an overview of the importance of the Ocean. It will showcase the ocean as a source for development, present challenges and introduce tools and approaches for decision-making and governance regarding ocean sustainability.

Ocean Literacy: Why the ocean should matter to us all
Online

OL_Gen_2021

Ocean Literacy: Why the ocean should matter to us all

Belgium
Training Center

We all depend on the ocean, yet Ocean Literacy needs to be further enhanced worldwide. Ocean Literacy (OL) is ‘the understanding of human influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on people’. It is not only about increasing awareness on the state of the ocean, but it is also about providing tools and approaches to transform ocean knowledge into actions that promote ocean sustainability.

This course will provide a general overview of the importance of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and ways forward for sustainability. It will introduce the concept of Ocean Literacy, describe its basic principles, tools and approaches, and give a basic understanding of how a wide spectrum of stakeholders and social actors can support Ocean Literacy. It ultimately expects to encourage participants to incorporate Ocean Literacy in their work and everyday lives.