This is a hands-on “learning from practice” 5 day workshop that will focus on building the understanding of the links between, and the dynamics of, Extractives Governance and country’s development goals. The training aims to improve participants’ knowledge not only of policy options and tools to achieve these goals, but also the inherent challenges. The course contents The course modules focus around: The socio-economic context that underpins Tanzania’s governance of its extractives sector. The fundamentals of oil, gas and mineral resource governance for sustainable development. Identification of new insights into the opportunities and challenges associated with extractives governance for the implementation of the country’s Industrialization plan. Applicants Requirements: This workshop assumes prior knowledge of the extractives sector. It is specifically designed for civil society members, policy makers, researchers and other interested practitioners to deepen their engagement in the extractive sector, with the aim of supporting the development of the local expertise necessary to ensure that Tanzania maximises the benefits from its resources. Applicant requirements include: Previous knowledge and understating of natural resource governance. Current engagement in the extractive sector in the country. Certificate of attendance Participants will be required to actively participate in the whole course duration. Pre and post training quizzes will be administered to measure the level of knowledge acquisition. A certificate of attendance will only be awarded to participants according to the degree of their activeness in the workshop activities, and upon obtaining an acceptable score in the post-training assessment. Applicants should submit: A typed motivation letter stating how the knowledge gained from this workshop will be used, how the workshop content fits the applicant’s current work focus and explaining how this training will help the applicant in their role. Detailed curriculum vitae. Confirmation of clearance from employer (for public employees). Logistics Conference costs will be covered by the organiser(s). For other related costs kindly indicate in your application willingness of your organisation to facilitate your participation. The closing date for applications is 29th June 2018. Only successful applicants will be notified. Women are highly encouraged to apply The completed application package should be submitted as e-mail attachments to REPOA at email@example.com The Executive Director, REPOA 157 Mgombani Street, Regent Estate P.O. Box 33223, Dar es Salaam Phone: (22) 2700083 / 0784 555 655 Fax: (22) 2775738 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.repoa.or.tz REPOA, undertakes and facilitates research, conducts and coordinates training, and promotes dialogue and development of policy for pro-poor growth and poverty reduction.