The project engages with different sectors and stakeholders crucial for management of coastal and marine biodiversity and protected areas. The focus is on individual learning processes and the networking of individuals and their organisations to help achieve optimum results.

 

Strategic focus areas for capacity development measures under the CMPA projects are supporting organisations in Capacity Needs Assessment (CNA), competence based curriculum development, training for field level MPA managers (frontline staff of State Forests Departments), Senior IFS officers, IFS probationers, media professionals, media students,  trainers of forest, fisheries, and media training organisations, development of eLearning courses, and cross sector networking of individuals and institutes. 

 

Keeping this in mind, Capacity Needs Assessment (CNA) study was conducted by the project, which aimed at analyzing the gap between the desired capacities and existing capacities vis-a-vis sustainable management of coastal and marine protected areas, and formulating a Human Capacity Development strategy and plan that addresses these gaps at three levels (enabling policy environment, organizations and individuals) and three dimensions of capacity (knowledge, skills and attitudes).

 

 

 

Competence based curriculum is a way of approaching Professional training that places primary emphasis on facilitating the participants in further developing their competencies, which are required to enable them in performing their jobs more efficiently and effectively. It aims at preparing people more effectively for real workplaces.

 

Modular competence based curricula have been developed under the project for field level MPA managers (frontline staff of State Forests Departments), Senior IFS officers, IFS probationers, media professionals, media students,  trainers of forest, fisheries, and media training organisations, development of eLearning courses, and cross sector networking of individuals and institutes. 

 

    

 

 

The participants are networked together with other experts from the field from forest, fisheries and media sectors via a Facebook Page

 

 

 

 

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