HCV for Lead Assessor Training In Bangkok


The course will be a prerequisite for demonstrating basic competency for conducting, evaluating and report writing on HCV assessments under the HCV Resource Network guideline. This is part of our effort to build capacity on HCV assessor requirements in the region. This professional training series on High Conservation Values for Lead Assessors Training combines years of experience and expertise of Wild Asia who has been working to support palm oil producers to meet the expectations of RSPO.

Wild Asia as a recognized organization by the HCVRN, has designed this course following new HCV Resource Network syllabus to allow participants to go through the steps involved in an HCV assessment and apply the concepts and procedure according to the HCV Assessment Manual.

Course Overview

The training course will run over 3 days and covers:

  • HCV background and the ALS Process
  • HCV Assessor and assessment process
  • Prepare, plan, and conduct HCV identification
  • Management and monitoring recommendations
  • Reporting HCV using HCVRN templates

The course will be conducted in English.

How do I register?

It is highly advisable to book early as training slots are limited. Main participants are from Forest Industry Organisation of Thailand. We do open 8 seats for participants from other organisations. To register, complete the registration form and make the payment as soon as possible to secure the seats. Your registration will only be confirmed upon payment.

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Date: 27-29th July 2015

Venue: Asia Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

Cost: THB22,000 or RM2,530

Closing registration date: 15th July 2015

Click Here for the Registration Form


  1. Marco Wattimena says

    dear Sir or Mrs,
    hello, I am Marco Wattimena, wanna try to know about opportunity Seats for me join this training, to your knowledge that I was a participant in the training of the RSPO P & C in Bogor on 10-11 August 2009 ago. Now i Work for WWF Indonesia Specially in MTI unit base in Papua Province.


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