The 20th IHP Training Course on "Groundwater as a key for adaption to changing climate and society"




We are pleased to announce that the 20th IHP Training Course on "Groundwater as a key for adaption to changing climate and society" will provide e -learning opportunities with interactive sessions. The training course will be held in Japan (Nagoya) from 7 to 20 November 2010.

Participants will be able to follow the lectures with two possible connections:


1. Through Video Conference

In collaboration with SOI-Asia and CONNECT-Asia, we will broadcast the whole training courses in numerous video conference spots in the region. This option offers good connection equipped with Video Conference facilities for convenient lectures and interactive sessions.


 If you are interested to follow the course through Video Conference, please register through the CONNECT-Asia website ( We will send you an email on the procedures and the nearest Video Conference spot in your location.


2. Through Point-to-Point Connection

We also offer point-to-point connection, with a web-seminar technology that allows participants to follow the lectures directly from their computer. This option also offers interactive session so that participants may response during the discussion session through text message, audio, and audio-video, depending on the facilities you have in your computer. However, the connections available for this option are only limited to 100 connections.


If you are interested to follow the course through Point-to-Point Connection, please follow the following procedure:

1. Test your connection at,

2. Before 30 October. Please fill in the registration form by visiting the link below and answer the questions correctly,

3. Upon selection, you will be informed how to connect to the IHP training course by an e-mail on 1 Nov,

4. Follow the procedures in the email in time and you can participate to the course.


In case you have further questions regarding both options please send your queries directly to [email protected] or [email protected].

Please visit the IHP Training Course website ( for latest information (and questionnaire for the registration form).



With best regards,

Giuseppe Arduino

Giuseppe Arduino

Programme Specialist in Hydrological/Geological Sciences

Phone    : +62-21-7399 818 ext. 837

Fax          : +62-21-72796489

Email     :  [email protected]

Website :


UNESCO Office Jakarta

Regional Science Bureau for Asia & Pacific

Cluster Office to Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor-Leste




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