This learning exchange consisted of two parts: A pre-International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) workshop with 24 participants that focused on solving problems around MPA network design and implementation and a half-day symposium with 120 attendees. This symposium included a presentation of resilience science and application of advances to management decisions.
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The first in a series of Training of Trainers (TOT) workshops included 26 managers from 19 Caribbean countries and territories. Participants took part in the three-month, intensive online course based on the Reef Resilience curriculum which included weekly discussion postings, online assessments and one long-term management planning assignment. The in-person workshop focused on reef resilience principles and provided participants with the tools to become successful trainers including facilitation, presentation skills, evaluation and the development of training implementation plans.