The Red List of Ecosystems for Assessors - Specialised Course

The Red List of Ecosystems for Assessors - Specialised Course

last update on: 09/29/2022
Are you interested in discovering new tools that positively impact ecosystems?
  • Learn how to assess ecosystem’s risks.
  • Get trained on how to express results and use them for impact on the ground.

Join the Red List of Ecosystem (RLE) community in this free open online course.

🕒 Start date: Anytime

🕒 Estimated effort: 12 hours in total

🕒 Duration: 3-4 days 

📖 Course type: Self-paced 

📖 Course includes: 5 Modules, 31 Learning Sessions

🗨️ Languages: English 

 Fees: FREE

 Registration: OPEN for any participant registered in the IUCN Academy
 

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Are you interested in discovering new tools that positively impact ecosystems?
  • Learn how to assess ecosystem’s risks.
  • Get trained on how to express results and use them for impact on the ground.

Join the Red List of Ecosystem (RLE) community in this free open online course.

🕒 Start date: Anytime

🕒 Estimated effort: 12 hours in total

🕒 Duration: 3-4 days 

📖 Course type: Self-paced 

📖 Course includes: 5 Modules, 31 Learning Sessions

🗨️ Languages: English 

 Fees: FREE

 Registration: OPEN for any participant registered in the IUCN Academy
 

Image: © Jophel Ybiosa / IUCN - Batad Rice Terraces

Who should attend this course?

  • People who want to know how to assess and communicate on ecosystem’s risks.
  • Seasoned assessors looking for reference guide for RLE

What will you get from this course?

  • Understand RLE methodology and apply it to evaluate risks of ecosystems.
  • Understand all 5 Criteria used to apply Red List of Ecosystems, and explain all the key definitions used in each criterion.
  • How to identify indicators and data sources necessary for the RLE assessment.
  • How to use RLE assessment results to achieve concrete conservation results.
  • Understand the concept of ecosystem restoration and how to use the RLE in restoration

Course Highlights:

  • Multiple interactive activities videos from IUCN and invited experts,  and more than 60 quizzes to test your knowledge
  • Examples of real assessments of ecosystems across the world
  • Access to a list of resources to complement, understand and apply the RLE assessment (literature, datasets, repositories, and tools).
  • Practical examples on how to apply the criteria of the RLE for assessors

Who is leading the course?

This course is developed by IUCN experts, the Red List of Ecosystem partners, and the IUCN Academy.

Sponsored by 

Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation

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Fees: FREE

Registration: OPEN for any participant registered in the IUCN Academy

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Category

Modules

Ecosystem Management

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Authors & Trainers

Marcos Valderrabano

Programme manager Red List of Ecosystems