Great Lakes Environmental Finance Center
An analysis of the market for coastal resources management training in Ohio’s Lake Erie basin identified the challenges faced by coastal decision-makers and the disparities currently existing within this market. The primary challenges identified were in the quality of instruction and in the types of training provided. Disparities indicated were with coordination, equipment and logistical factors, external and internal marketing and promotional assistance, funding, personnel and staff assistance, and legislative and regulatory concerns. These disparities are indications of opportunities to establish partnerships and collaborative networks to facilitate coordinated training initiatives; to re-examine and develop course content and locations to better meet the needs and expectations of decision-makers more effectively; and to develop strategies for the dissemination of training information and opportunities effectively and efficiently to decision-makers, policy makers, and training providers.
Robey, Claudette; O'Brien, Kevin; and Toth, Kirstin S., "Coastal Training Strategy for the Ohio Lake Erie Basin" (2004). All Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Publications. 0 1 2 3 297.