Welcome to the CEOS Training Calendar, a shared resource of training events from around the globe.
Here you can find trainings relating to a broad set of thematic areas and geographies offered by CEOS members and associates, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) members, and other organizations engaged in providing trainings on Earth observations. The primary objective of this calendar is to increase awareness of trainings and connect users with training opportunities to learn more about Earth observations.
Hosted by the CEOS Systems Engineering Office and supported by the CEOS Working Group for Capacity Building and Data Democracy (WGCapD), this calendar continues to grow and we hope you find it useful. Please explore, find training opportunities, and share feedback!
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The objective of the satellite applications training courses is to optimise the use of data from meteorological satellites and to increase the knowledge and skills of operational meteorologists, contributing to improve forecasting. This course in Englis...Details
In early 2024 EUMETSAT will convene the next iteration of the <b>"Supporting Marine Earth Observation Applications (SMA)"</b> course, introducing you to our marine data catalogue and helping you develop workflows that support your own application-specific...Details
Participants will become familiar with data format and quality considerations, tools, and techniques to process remote sensing imagery at large scale from publicly available satellite sources, using cloud tools such as AWS S3, Databricks, and Parquet. Add...Details
The objective of the satellite applications training course is to optimise the use of data from meteorological satellites and to increase the knowledge and skills of operational meteorologists, contributing to improve forecasting. This course in English...Details
In recent years, climate change, extreme weather, population growth, and urbanization have led to an increasing number of people being threatened by natural disasters, and it has become a global challenge to mitigate disaster risks and reduce the loss of ...Details
This advanced event will focus on the application of satellite altimetry measurements to monitor and forecast extreme waves. It will present some technical background on how significant wave height products are derived from the radar altimeter measurement...Details
If you are engaged in Earth Observation training, education, and capacity building – join upcoming meetings (online discussions) of regional Communities of Practice (CoP) to share information and collaborate with colleagues across your region. Meetings ar...Details
These monthly weather and climate discussions are bilingual (English and Spanish) and focus on WMO regions III (South America) and IV (Central America/Caribbean). The sessions highlight the use and interpretation of satellite imagery and products for mete...Details
March 26, 28, and April 2, 2024 Session A: 11:00am to 12:30pm EST Session B: 2:00pm to 3:30pm EST It is well-documented that there are approximately 24,000 worldwide fatalities from lightning each year, with about 10 times more being injured from light...Details
The Convection Working Group (CWG) is the body of knowledge in relation to convection and storms. This event gathers together convection experts both from operational and research and developer world, sharing the experience and applications on monitoring ...Details