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Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Announcing WEAP trainings in February and March 2018   
Posted: 1/25/2018 Viewed: 4235 times
Dear WEAP Community,

The Stockholm Environment Institute is pleased to announce five online WEAP trainings this year - three scheduled in the spring and two additional trainings scheduled in the autumn. The trainings cost $250/person and run Tuesday-Thursday, 3 hours each day (time depending on the session, and your personal time zone). The training will follow the exercises in the WEAP tutorial.

The dates are
Feb 6-8 (9am-12pm EST)
March 6-8 (9am-12pm EST)

Registration is available at http://www.WEAP21.org/training Space is limited.

Please email me (stephanie.galaitsi@sei-us.org) with any questions.

Topic "Announcing WEAP trainings in February and March 2018"