Szczecin (Poland) Interoceanmetal Joint Organization offers two (2) opportunitiesin September-October 2020 for candidates from developing States as part of its training programme in accordance with its Contract for exploration for polymetallic nodules signed with the Authority on 29 March 2001 and extended on 25 May 2017. Candidates will receive a comprehensive six (6) weeks multidisciplinary training in the field of polymetallic nodules project management (including legal framework, exploration activities, environmental research, economic cycle and metallurgical processing).
Details on the IOM training programme, including a list of requirements, can be found on the ISA website. Candidates from developing States are encouraged to submit applications by email or through the online training portal by the 31 January 2020 deadline.
Candidates will be selected by the Legal and Technical Commision during the upcoming meeting.