These training materials were developed by the CITES Secretariat to assist with the implementation of workshops and training courses by CITES Management and Scientific Authorities. You are welcome to use or reproduce any written information presented on this course provided that the use of such information is accompanied by an acknowledgement that the CITES Secretariat is the source of the information.
Questions concerning these training materials should be sent to the CITES Outreach and Projects Unit (OPU). We also welcome you to contact directly Ms. Haruko Okusu ([email protected]) should you have any specific questions or suggestions for improvement.
Please note that some of these materials could be outdated.
CITES Train the Trainers PowerPoint Presentations
The above PowerPoint presentations are also available in Portuguese.
Presentations on CITES-listed sharks and manta rays
FAO, CITES, fisheries and aquaculture: The importance of fisheries and aquaculture and what we are doing
CITES and Sharks and Manta Rays
Newly listed sharks and manta rays: What should Parties do by 14 Sept. 2014: Sustainability
CITES Non-Detriment Findings (NDFs) and the Review of Significant Trade
Introduction from the Sea (IFS)
Legal Acquisition Finding (LAF): Sharks and Manta Rays
Newly listed sharks and manta rays: What should Parties do by 14 Sept. 2014: Traceability
Green Customs Knowledge Series
Master's course on Management, Access and Conservation of Species in Trade: the International Framework at the International University of Andalusia. See also Notification No. 2021/039 for more information.
The Master’s course is open to 30 graduate students with university degrees. Close to 277 people from 76 Parties have already benefited from this course. CITES Parties are encouraged to present candidates to the Master's course to continue strengthening their national capacity.