Report on Gulf TREE Train the Trainer Workshop Series: Lessons learned and successes in translating a technical training to a virtual format
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Report on Gulf TREE Train the Trainer Workshop Series: Lessons learned and successes in translating a technical training to a virtual format

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    This report covers a year-long effort to increase knowledge of and capacity to use the Gulf TREE climate resilience tool search engine (www.GulfTREE.org). This was done through a series of seven half-day trainings targeted to different areas across the Gulf of Mexico and had been specifically requested by many organizations and individuals following the release of Gulf TREE.

    The trainings were originally planned to be in-person due to the technical nature of the content; however, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Project Team to change course and make the trainings virtual. After initial preparation, a virtual workshop beta-test was done to test various aspects of the training and see what additional adjustments may be beneficial. Modifications were made accordingly after the successful beta-test and the trainings were scheduled and advertised.

    Workshops were held December 2020 and January 2021, training a total 74 participants from the five Gulf states. Each workshop finished with a short evaluation to understand how participants felt about the training and how the organizers could improve its content, format, and other aspects related to training implementation. Feedback was overwhelmingly positive and demonstrated participants’ interest in Gulf TREE and its capabilities as well as eagerness to incorporate the search engine into their work with their community/ies.

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