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      • Training 'Environmental issues and the Blue Economy'

      • July 7-9, 2020

      • Brest & Roscoff

      • Organised by Campus members
      • The training organized in the dynamics of the Campus mondial de la mer is renewed from 7 to 9 July 2020, with a strengthened partnership with the IFQM (Institut France-Québec for Scientific Cooperation in Support of the Maritime Sector).
      • Attention, in application of the precautionary principle in the face of the Covid 19 epidemic, the event is postponed to a later date.

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        Target participants

        The course is aimed at all French-speaking employees from public- and private-sector organisations keen to engage in sustainably developing maritime coastal regions and conserving marine biodiversity.

        Learning objectives

        To grasp the environmental issues associated with exploiting the potential of the seas and oceans and to understand the keys to sustainable growth:

        • To master the essential theory for understanding marine biodiversity management issues
        • To become familiar with the different regulatory frameworks and tools for marine ecosystem conservation in the context of sustainable regional development
        • To understand the environmental issues linked to developing human activities at sea and in coastal areas
        • To enhance participants’ capacity for prospective analysis of the environmental sustainability of blue economy projects in emerging sectors
        Campus mondial de la mer

        Training provider

        The impetus for this training, which has been running since 2017, comes from the Campus mondial de la mer initiative. Administrative support is provided by the Department of Lifelong Learning (SUFCA) at the University of Western Brittany. 

        The programme for this continuing professional development course draws on the wealth of complementary skills and knowledge afforded by the Campus mondial de la mer community. Course contributors with a variety of profiles – academics, researchers, engineers, managers and entrepreneurs – are invited to share their expertise. Most come from institutions and organisations in western Brittany and offer a comprehensive overview of the issues associated with developing human activities at sea and the transitions now underway in these various sectors.
        The training is recognised by the following CPD and training initiatives and labels: 

        • Ocean University Initiative
        • ISblue
        • Blue Train
        • Pôle Mer Bretagne-Atlantique.

        Teaching and learning methods

        Organised over 3 days, the programme combines

        • Theoretical training
        • Illustrations of operational rollout, and a
        • Field visit


        €1,200 including

        • Course fees
        • Three lunches and one dinner
        • One field excursion by boat and transfers between Brest and Roscoff

        Programm & registration


        Anaëlle Le Roux
        Anaëlle Le Roux
        Head of Marine and Coastal Training
        University of Western Brittany, SUFCA
        Alice Vanhoutte-Brunier
        Alice Vanhoutte-Brunier
        Campus mondial de la mer Project Coordinator
        Technopôle Brest-Iroise, Campus mondial de la mer
      • Published on 18/12/2019
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29280 Plouzané
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