Information about EUMeTrain
EUMeTrain is EUMETSAT's largest international training project for the development of training material and training support in the field of satellite meteorology.
The project responds to training requirements expressed over the years by European national meteorological services, trainers and operational forecasters. The main goal of EUMeTrain is to provide the users of EUMETSAT satellite data and products with training resources, assisting the effective use of satellite data, either as stand-alone material or in combination with other meteorological data sources.
What can you find on EUMeTrain?
The training material provided by EUMeTrain complements EUMETSAT satellite programs with special emphasis on high impact weather. Training material on the use of satellite data in support of climate monitoring, land surface, ocean and hydrological applications are also addressed.
The library of resources consists of training modules, case studies, guides and a series of lectures. A collection of user manuals and simulators invites users to interactively engage with satellite data. A monthly online weather briefing is organised for users, as well as Event weeks in which meteorological topics are discussed by experts. Training courses on Satellite Meteorology for forecasters in Europe are regularly offered to the community in either an online, blended or in person format.
How can you contribute?
We encourage you to actively participate in the project. If you have any ideas for interesting case studies, suggestions of training topics, general comments, ideas or questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to stay informed?
Keep an eye on the Training calendar for all planned training activities.
Subscribe to the joint EUMETSAT – EUMeTrain – Eumetcal newsletter to stay up to date on the latest activities and resources in European meteorological training.
On behalf of the EUMeTrain team, we appreciate your interest in EUMeTrain’s training products and activities and thank you for your visit to the website.
Mag. Andreas Wirth
Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik
1190 Wien, Hohe Warte 38
Tel.: +43 1 36 0 26 2391
Fax: +43 1 36 0 26 2320