Green Banking Trainings – Still Open for Applications!
Until 31 March, you are invited to apply for a scholarship for one of the Green Banking trainings offered in 2018! Depending on your individual interest and available time, you can choose among one of the following trainings from the Green Banking scholarship programme:
• GB Green Finance Specialist Programme (GFS): the newly accredited GFS delivers in-depth knowledge on Green Finance topics through a combination of an OT of 20 weeks and a 3-day F2F Seminar in the partner country. The GFS has just recently been accredited by the Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA), which demonstrates an international quality standard of this capacity building programme. This is the last time the GFS Programme will be offered on scholarship basis. Starting from 2019, the programme will continue on student-fee basis.
• GB Train-the-Trainer Seminar (TtT): suited for professionals with experience in Green Energy and Climate Finance, that wish to enhance their technical, financial and didactical skills in order to become a trainer in this field. Trainers will be able to contibute to the “Green Finance Specialist” seminars in their country or region.
• GB Delegation Tour (DT) to Germany: offers participants from all partner countries the opportunity to initiate new business contacts via B2B meetings, to exchange experiences with German financing experts and to visit best practice Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency projects. The five-day Delegation Tour is directed to representatives from the management of the financial institutions´ business development units.
Applications will be open from 19 February until 31 March 2018. Further information, details, dates and the application links can be found on the page of the partner country Philippines. Candidates will be selected according to the quality of their application and suitability of their CV to the programme. As long as the application is submitted until 31 March, the date and order of submission does not play a role in the selection process.
The project is part of the German International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment,Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) supports the initiative following a decision of the German parliament (Bundestag).