Deadline- 15 June 2012
The training programme is expected to comprise formal lectures, seminars, site visits to local authorities to learn about best practice and exposure to policy makers in key government institutions to gain knowledge and experience on policy making. It is expected to cover municipal solid waste management, hazardous waste management and cleaner production and eco-efficiency. The duration of the program is expected to be 4 weeks.
- ALA Fellowships target senior officials and mid-career professionals, who in the short to medium term, will be in a position to advance key regional policy objectives and increase institutional capacity of developing countries.
- Not have Australian permanent residence status or be applying for permanent residency;
- Be a citizen of, and residing in, an ALA Fellowships eligible country; and
- Have been working in their country of citizenship and in areas relevant to their proposed training in Australia preceding the date of the proposed commencement of their Fellowship.
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