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    • Autumn School 2018 on the “Use of Satellite Data and Products for Severe Weather Nowcasting”, Thessaloniki, Greece

      The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki will organize in cooperation with EUMETSAT the 6th Autumn School on the “Use of Satellite Data and Products for Severe Weather Nowcasting”, which will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece. The main objective of the training workshop is to present and explain to the participants the new developments in satellite meteorology focusing on the use of processes, principles and practices, tools and products for nowcasting and short-range forecasting severe weather such as storms, deep cyclones, severe precipitation, heat waves and droughts, based on meteorological satellite data.

       

      Date: 24 - 28 September 2018

      Location: Thessaloniki, Greece

      Application Deadline: 9 July 2018

      The call is intended to invited countries only!

      The workshop is primarily aimed at participants from the south-eastern Europe and North African countries. The workshop will be held in English and there will be no registration fee.

      Only one participant from each country will be accepted to attend the workshop. Meteorological Services and Offices are kindly requested to nominate a candidate.

    • Marine Forecasting Workshop in Pretoria, South Africa from 3 to 7 December 2018

      The objectives of this course are to develop your skill in using data from EUMETSAT's Copernicus Marine Data Stream for surface analysis. We focus on the application of scatterometer data and data from Jason-3 and Sentinel-3

      At the end of the course you will be able to:

      1. analyse  the current surface conditions using scatterometer and altimeter data 
      2. monitor the evolution of the surface conditions 
      3. be able to integrate these satellite data with data from numerical models, validating the model output
      4. be able to access and visualise the data 
      5. be aware of the wide range of products available from  EUMETSAT, the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service and other Copernicus partners 

      This course will have two phases, an online phase and a classroom phase.

      Online Phase: 3-21 September 2018

      On site, Pretoria (South Africa): 3 - 7 December 2018

       

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      Please note: this course is intended for participants from African countries!

    • Workshop on the Use of Gridded Satellite Data for Climate Services in Africa, Pretoria, South Africa 2018

      The key objective of this Workshop is to instruct scientific staff from National Meteorological Services, Regional Climate Centers, and from research institutions in the use of satellite based products for operational climate monitoring and climate research.

      Workshop setup

      Participants will complete an online phase during which they will

      • engage with the concept of satellite based climate monitoring
      • be introduced to EUMETSAT's climate products
      • install free and open software tools to be used during the classroom phase
      • get a first introduction to these software
      • design a small project that will be completed during the workshop in Pretoria
      • identify which data will be most applicable to their work and ideally download (some of) these data

      The Pretoria workshop offered by EUMETSAT and will focus on project-based work with supporting presentations and group work on the application of satellite data to climate monitoring. We will use climate data of EUMETSAT's product portfolio (mainly CM SAF data) and free software tools (R - see http://www.cmsaf.eu/tools/ for further information; and R-Instat). During the workshop, the participants will have the opportunity to explore the use of satellite based climate data in their daily work.

      Please note: The active participation in the online phase is crucial for your success in the course!

      Online Phase: 30 July - 10 August 2018

      Workshop in Pretoria, South Africa: 20 - 24 August 2018

      Application deadline: extended to 15 June 2018

      How to apply:

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    • Identifying African Weather Systems & Features in Satellite Imagery 2018

      APPLICATIONS CLOSED.

      With the WMO/Vlab Centres of Excellence in training on satellite meteorology the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) will organise a training course for the benefit of the African meteorological user community. The course will be for English speaking participants.

      The successful completion of the new Basic Satellite online module (at MetEd) is a pre-requisite for the online phase. Candidates will have time until the beginning of the online course to acquire the module certificate.

      The online course will be delivered from 20 August - 21 September 2018.

      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 meteorological trainers, contributing to improved forecasting.

      Candidates should either be instructors in satellite meteorology, operational forecasters or satellite data users, with the ability to pass on skills acquired at the course to other operational staff.

      The course is intended primarily for participants from Africa nominated by their Permanent Representatives with WMO. Depending on the seat availability, additional online participants can be accepted.

      Application deadline: extended to 30 June 2018 .

      How to apply:

      If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form.

      Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (top right section of the page), and create a new user (Create an account) and follow the procedure. Once the account has been created, please log in, then access 'Apply for Courses' section and submit your application form. If you have any problems, please contact the Training Team at training@eumetsat.int.

       

      • Cours des Applications Météorologiques Satellitaires 2018

        Par invitation

        En cooperation avec les centres d'excellence OMM (laboratoire virtuelle de formation de la OMM) l'Organisation européenne pour l'exploitation de satellites météorologiques (EUMETSAT) organise une stage de formation au profit de la communauté météorologique africaine des utilisateurs. Le cour sera pour des participants francophones.

        Ce cours aura deux phases, une phase en ligne et une phase de classe.

        En ligne: 1-21 Octobre Sur place, Maroc: 10-14 Décembre 2018

        L'objectif du cours de formation sûr des applications satellitaires est d'optimiser l'utilisation des données des satellites météorologiques et d'accroître les connaissances et les compétences des formateurs météorologiques, contribuant ainsi à l'amélioration des prévisions.

        Les candidats doivent être soit des instructeurs en météorologie par satellite, soit des prévisionnistes opérationnels ou au moins des utilisateurs expérimentés de données par satellite, avec la capacité de transmettre les compétences acquises au cours à d'autres membres du personnel opérationnel.

        Date limite d'inscription: 24 Août 2018

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