Training

The capacity of people is the most important asset in any project or organisation.

Whether developing guidelines, policy, project plans or experimental designs to support research, or building capacity to enable effective implementation, Reef Ecologic’s expertise enables our team to design, implement and evaluate professional corporate strategies to enhance corporate influence and impact Reef Ecologic provides expert training to increase skills and empower reef stakeholders in science, stewardship, sustainability, management and leadership. Additionally, Reef Ecologic can audit organisational capacity and tailor training to improve leadership and management skill to build more resilient individuals and organisations. From organisational capacity assessments to environmental training courses and capacity building, Reef Ecologic can enable your organisation to excel.

Training Projects

Recovery, Restoration and Resilience

Recovery, Restoration and Resilience

In December 2017, Reef Ecologic were instrumental in supporting the Reef Restoration Foundation in the establishment of the first coral nurseries on the Great Barrier Reef at Fitzroy Island, Cairns In collaboration with a team of volunteers, local businesses, organisations and researchers established the first coral nursery on the Great Barrier Reef.

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Reef Futures 2018 Youth Leaders Workshop

Reef Futures 2018 Youth Leaders Workshop

Reef Ecologic, together with the Coral Restoration Foundation, NOAA and Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary are hosting this youth leaders workshop, Reef Restoration and Its Relevance to the Next Generation, to discuss and share ideas on reef restoration and solutions to improve the health of the world’s reefs and oceans.

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Leadership and Development

Leadership and Development

Reef Ecologic staff were part of an expert panel of scientists, industry and government that developed and implemented the Australian Fish Names Standards for over 4,000 species of fish. This innovative project assists management, science and the public and stopped fish substitution and increased consumer confidences in purchasing and eating seafood.

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Leadership in Reef Restoration: A Case Study in Tuvalu

Leadership in Reef Restoration: A Case Study in Tuvalu

Tuvalu is considered one of the world’s most susceptible countries to the adverse impacts of climate change and rising sea levels. Tuvalu, pronounced "too-VAH-loo", is an independent constitutional monarchy in the southwest Pacific Ocean between latitudes 5 degrees and 11 degrees south and longitudes 176 degrees and 180 degrees east. Formerly known as the Ellice Islands. The population of approximately 11,097 (est 2016) live on Tuvalu's nine atolls, which have a total land area of 27 square kilometres. This ranks Tuvalu as the fourth smallest country in the world, in terms of land area.

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