The Guandu-RJ Committee will make available from September to members of the Collegiate and municipal public managers of the basin, the training process “Indicators of Public Policies for Environmental Education” by MonitoraEA, a system built and applied by ANPPEA- Articulação National Public Policy on Environmental Education.The objective is to contribute to the strengthening of public policies on environmental education for the transition to sustainable societies.
The initiative came from the Environmental Education Working Group of the Guandu-RJ Committee and is part of a structure provided for in the Strategic Plan for Water Resources, which, in parallel, is preparing the Environmental Education Plan for the Basin, with an emphasis on water resources . The training aims to promote dialogues and inter-institutional interaction, enhancing public policies for environmental education in the hydrographic basins of the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim rivers; identify, monitor and evaluate public policies for environmental education in the hydrographic basins of the Guandu, Guarda and Guandu-Mirim rivers; and contribute to the construction of knowledge on monitoring, evaluation and indicators of public environmental education policies through the MonitoraEA System.
Four groups will be made available, the first of which will be exclusively for members of the Collegiate, and another three for municipal managers. Places are limited and will be filled in accordance with the criteria established by the Environmental Education Working Group.
ANPPEA, through its set of indicators and platform, elements that make up the MonitoraEA System, is officially recognized by ProNEA – National Environmental Education Program (2018), based on the line and action strategy nº 5 – Monitoring and Evaluation of Environmental Education Policies, Programs and Projects, and brings to the Guandu-RJ Committee a training process with theoretical-practical programmatic content related to public policies and their analysis dimensions, as well as indicators, monitoring and evaluation of multicentric public policies of Environmental Education and the technological tool for spatial analysis. The training will consist of synchronous meetings and asynchronous activities, totaling 48 hours of course. Only students who effectively participate in all classes and activities, without exceptions, will be certified by ANPEEA.
Starting next week, the Committee will make available an online intent record for the first class, for Committee members only. The first group will have their training started in September.
The MonitoraEA Brazilian System was built by ANPPEA – National Articulation of Public Policies on Environmental Education, from its executive secretariat, composed by FunBEA – Brazilian Environmental Education Fund; Laboratory of Education and Environmental Policy at the Luiz de Queiroz School of Agriculture of the University of São Paulo (OCA/ESALQ/USP); by the Engajados Institute and the Laboratory for Analysis and Development of Indicators for Sustainability, of the General Coordination of Earth Sciences, of the National Institute for Space Research (LADIS/CGCT/INPE).
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Training will be aimed at members of the Collegiate and municipal public managers of the Basin