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Launch of the third cycle of UNCTAD's Port Training Programme in Ghana
27 - 31 janvier 2014
Tema Port training room
Tema,

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​From 27 to 31 January 2014, 25 middle managers from the port communities of Tema and Takoradi (Ghana) will participate in Module 1 of UNCTAD's Modern Port Management course. The training is part of the UNCTAD TrainForTrade* Port Training Programme. The event marks the beginning of the third cycle of the programme in Ghana.

An UNCTAD representative will lead the training along with senior managers from Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority. These senior managers have been trained as instructors by UNCTAD. 

The major focus of Module 1 is the evolution of international trade and transport, in particular maritime transport. The other seven modules of the course will be delivered in 2014-2015.

*TrainForTrade is part of the Human Resources Development Section in the Knowledge Sharing, Training and Capacity Development Branch within UNCTAD’s Division on Technology and Logistics.

Co-organisé avec:Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority
Parrain / financement:Irish Aid and Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority
Langue(s):; French;
Contact:
Mark Assaf
Chief, Human Resources Development Section/TrainForTrade
T: +41 22 917 5481
Timothy Sullivan
Human Resources Development Section/TrainForTrade
T: +41 22 917 75552
 
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