26 opérateurs portuaires du Port Autonome de Douala, dont 10 femmes, soutiendront leurs mémoires de fin de formation portuaire du programme TrainForTrade de la CNUCED. La rédaction du mémoire a pour objectif de proposer des solutions concrètes et des recommandations afin de répondre à des problèmes dans la place portuaire, identifiés par les stagiaires. Les soutenances de cette 12ème promotion se dérouleront devant un jury d’experts issus des ports membres du réseau francophone TrainForTrade et de représentants de la CNUCED.
Les participants qui auront soutenu leurs mémoires avec succès verront leur qualification validée par le Certificat de gestion portuaire attesté par la CNUCED.
Le 29 Aout sera dédié au lancement d’un nouveau cycle de formation (Promotion 13, 25 cadres dont 8 femmes).
Au Cameroun 293 cadres ont suivi la formation de la CNUCED et 241 ont obtenu le Certificat Portuaire depuis 2002.
TrainForTrade, in cooperation withGhana Ports & Harbours Authority (GPHA) local organising committee, is delivering Module 1, Cycle 5 of the Modern Port Management Course from 1 – 5 April 2019 in Tema. 22 middle managers (including 5 women) from the port communities of Ghana who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme is participating in the course.
The module is being delivered by a port expert from Dublin Port Company, with the support of senior managers from GPHA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers. Also taking part in the workshop are representatives from Kenya Ports Authority (KPA), composed of 5 senior managers who are taking part as observers.
The first of the eight training modules examines International Trade and Maritime Transport, which focuses on the important and strategic relationship of ports, shippers and shipping companies.
In the framework of the UNCTAD Port Management Programme (PMP) and in cooperation with the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) local organising committee,a port expert from Dublin Port Company as well as from PT Prima Indonesia Logistik, a subsidiary company of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Persero), will deliver Module 2, Cycle 3 of the Modern Port Management Coursefrom 22 – 26 April 2019 in Manila. 22 middle managers (including 11 women) fromthe port communities of the Philippines who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme will participate in the course.
The second of the eight training modules examines the port as a system, in particular the actions that a country could take in connection with port facilities to ensure that national ports (big or small; local, regional or national) develop and function efficiently. Themodule will be co-delivered by instructors from PPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers.
TrainForTrade, in cooperation withthe Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) local organising committee, will deliver Module 7, Cycle 2 of the Modern Port Management Course from 29 April – 3 May 2019in Abuja. 25 middle managers (including 6 women) from the port communities of Nigeria who are enrolled in the UNCTAD TrainForTrade Port Management Programme will participate in the course.
In line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Goal 17- in promoting South-South collaboration, an expert from Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) will deliver the course on “Administrative and Legal Management”, along with senior managers from NPA who have been certified by TrainForTrade as local trainers.
The seventh of the eight training modules examines the administrative and legal management of ports.
1-7 April, TrainForTrade eLearining course on E-commerce and Best Practices for East-Asia states. The first module of the distance learning course will be delivered through the TrainForTrade’s distance learning platform. More than 200 participants from 8 countries are taking part in the course. This Project is funded by Development Account 11.