International Training Course

For CCOP Member Countries

GSJ International Training Course on Practical Geological Survey Techniques 2018
- application to geological disaster mitigation-
26 June - 13 July 2018

Announcements

Application Deadline: 20 April 2018

Introduction of the GSJ International Training Course [pdf(460KB)]

Application Form [zip(330KB)]

Tentative Program (as of 20 Mar 2018)

Tentative Program (as of 20 Mar 2018)

[pdf(11KB)]

Lecturers (coming soon)

Access to GSJ, AIST

About ~70 min. by a limousine from the Narita International Airport.

Living Information

Accommodation

A single room will be provided for each trainee in the GSJ guest house “Sakura-kan”.
 Sakura-kan [pdf(207KB)]

Restaurants and Shops

There are several cafeterias and a convenience store in AIST. Participants can eat breakfast, lunch and supper there. They can also go out for meals and shopping in the vicinity.

Weather and Clothing

June and July are rainy season in Japan. Heavy rain is not very common but it sometimes drizzles for days. Average maximum/minimum temperatures of July are 28oC (82oF) / 23oC (73oF) and humidity is 70 to 75%. Participants would be well-advised to bring an umbrella or a rain coat. Comfortable shoes are needed for the field excursions.

Time Zone

-1:00 Papua New Guinea
+0:00 Timor-Leste
+1:00 Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore
+2:00 Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Thailand, Viet Nam
+2:30 Myanmar

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