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Links to External Training Resources

Links to the training sections in on the web sites of Eumetcal partners

ECMWF’s Computing course material

ECMWF offers every year Computer User training courses, which include courses on MARS, Magics and Metview. These systems may be of interest for trainers in meteorology, since they allow retrieval, manipulation and visualization of numerical outputs produces by ECMWF’s numerical models.

EUMeTrain Online Weather Briefings

Once a month EUMeTrain organizes a Weather Briefing open to everyone to discuss the present weather situation.


ePort is a product of EUMeTrain which is developed to allow you to combine a range of EUMETSAT satellite images with satellite derived products and numerical model fields.

At the moment ePort provides five panels allowing you a view from the Northpole all the way to the Southern hemisphere. On a monthly basis these images also serve as the basis for weather briefings in which the current state of the atmosphere is discussed.

All images generated are automatically stored in an archive which makes it possible for you to do a qualitative research.


The COMET® Program is part of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research’s (UCAR’s) Community Programs (UCP) and its mission is to serve as a premier resource that supports, enhances, and stimulates the communication and application of scientific knowledge of the atmospheric and related sciences for the operational and educational communities.

ECMWF’s NWP course material

EMCWF offers courses, which target the various aspects of research on numerical weather prediction at ECMWF. They consists of modules covering scientific training on numerics, physics, data assimilation and predictability.


EUMeTrain is an international project funded by EUMETSAT dedicated to the development of training material and training methods for satellite meteorology.

Met Office College

CAL modules by the Met Office college

EUMETSAT training

Access the courses available on the EUMETSAT moodle website.

mise jour Wednesday 4 May 2016