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  • Introduction

    It's mission JBRJ be a center for disseminating the study on environment and botany. Addition of post-graduate studies (MA and Ph.D.) and professional masters, the National School of Tropical Botany (ENBT / JBRJ) offers courses in post graduation courses (specialization) and extension, permeating various fields, with focus on knowledge of national flora of Brazilian ecosystems, and the conservation of species.

    The program aims to prepare professionals to work towards a more harmonious coexistence between man and nature, thus fulfilling the goal of knowing and conserving plant diversity.

    Among the various courses offered, the Botanical Illustration was the first to be created in 2001. Since then, he has encouraged the formation of professionals with the objective of meeting the growing demand for iconographic record of Brazilian species for scientific research and dissemination. Besides the three modules that make up the part, the course includes internships to selected after completion, accompanied by taxonomists students, and encouraging participation in exhibitions and competitions, and an annual seminar.

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  • Extension Courses

    • Introduction to Botanical Illustration

      Teachers: Malena and Paul Barretto Ormindo
      Teachers specialized in Botanical Illustration at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens, London, UK.

      Summary: Introduction to drawing from observation of plant species and their morphological structures with the aid of binocular and camera lucida technique in graphite and pen and ink (ink).

      Period: 11 to March 27, 2014

      Registration: January 28 to March 11 at the Registry Extension of National School of Tropical Botany at the time of 9 to 12 am or 13:30 to 17 hours.

      Hours: Twice a week; 3 hours lecture;
      Two classes: morning from 9 to 12 am and in the afternoon from 14 to 17h
      full 18 hours Hours..

      Target Audience: Students and practitioners of biological and agricultural sciences; agronomy and forestry; architecture; landscaping; industrial design, visual communication, fine arts and related fields.

      Pre-requisites: None

      Number of vacancies: At least ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) students per class.

      Investment: R $ 290,00 (R $ 50.00 registration, ongoing R $ 240,00)

      Material: 1 pad of paper Canson A3 Lay-out, 1 pencil HB, 2B and 4B, 1 mechanical pencil with 0.5mm graphite HB, 1 plastic rubber TK Faber Castel, 1 30cm ruler, 1 block from A3 Canson tracing paper, 1 pen ink pen with 01 Trident, 1 bottle of India ink pen for Trident

    • Botanical Illustration I

      Teachers: Malena and Paul Barretto Ormindo
      Teachers specialized in Botanical Illustration at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens, London, UK.

      Summary: Drawing observation herbalized vegetables and living species. Field classes. Figurative representation of morphological structures with the aid of binocular and camera lucida techniques in graphite and pen and ink (ink).

      Period: April 1 to June 26, 2014 (24 classes)

      Registration: 18th to 28th March. Fill the registration form and make deposit of R $ 320.00, relating to the registration and first month on behalf of Flora Foundation for Support of Botany at HSBC Bank (399), the agency in 1323 (Santos Dumont), Current Account No. 00537-36. Send a copy of the payment and registration form to e-mailextensao@jbrj.gov.br

      Hours: Twice a week, 3 hours lecture, 6 hours per week, Europe Two classes: mornings from 9 to 12 am and in the afternoon 14 to 17h
      Total hours: 72 hours.

      Target Audience: Students and practitioners of biological and agricultural sciences; agronomy and forestry; architecture; landscaping; industrial design, visual communication, fine arts and related fields.

      Pre-requisites: None

      Number of vacancies: At least ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) students per class.

      The tuition fee: R $ 260,00

      Registration fee: $ 60.00

      Material: 1 pad of paper Canson A3 Lay-out, 1 pencil HB, 2B and 4B, 1 mechanical pencil with 0.5mm graphite HB, 1 plastic rubber TK Faber Castel, 1 30cm ruler, 1 block from A3 Canson tracing paper, 1 pen ink pen with 01 Trident, 1 bottle of India ink pen for Trident

    • Watercolor Botany

      Travel in six Saturday classes in botanical illustration technique of watercolor or gouache

      Teachers: Malena Barretto e Paulo Ormindo
      Teachers specialized in Botanical Illustration at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens, London, UK.

      Classes: 10, 17, 24, May 31, 7:14 June 9 at 12 noon

      Hours: 18 hours

      Target Audience: Students who wish to have contact with botanical illustration or improve their technique in botanical watercolor.

      Pre-requisites: None

      Number of vacancies: At least 10 (ten) and a maximum of 20(twenty) students per class.

      Course fee: R$ 320,00

      Registration: Registration closed

      Material: Pencil No. HB, 2B mechanical pencil and 0.5mm with HB graphite
      Rubber Plastic TK white paper
      Block Lay-out A3 Canson
      Ruler 30cm
      Olfa knife (optional)
      1 flared
      Pasta Dish A3 size paper to carry any brand or model (optional)
      box of Kleenex or paper towel | 5 sheets of white silk

      Paints watercolors in tubes of 5 ml or tablets:
      Brands:
      • Winsor & Newton
      Cotmam (student)
      Artist's color (professional)
      • Schminck Subject "Horadam "(professional)
      Akademie (student)
      • Talen's Rembrandt (professional)
      Van Gogh (student)

      Colors: Frech ultramarine, indigo blue, pale yellow or deep Cadmium and Cadmium yellow, Cadmium Lemon, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Permanent magenta, red or Cadmium Scarlet lake, Raw Sienna or Yellow Ochre, Sepia, Permanent rose.

      Optional colors: Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue, Burnt umber, Burnt sienna.

      Brushes:
      Brands
      • Winsor & Newton Series 7 - No. 01, 03, 04 or 05
      • Da Vinci - No. 01, 03, 04 or 05
      • Kolinsky Tiger serie 309 - No. 02, 03, 04 or 05
      Note: the best brushes are at Marta and should form a good tip when wet and while retaining enough ink inside. Always acquire the brushes with acrylic cover to be maintained properly.

      Papers:
      The best papers are cotton acid free with a smooth surface and weights from 300gr to 600gr.
      Loose or A3 or A4 block leaves.
      • Line Canson Arches
      Grain satiné (hot pressed ), Moulin de Roy (hot pressed), Montval Grain fin (cold pressed), Montval Grain satiné (hot pressed)
      • Line
      Fabriano Fabriano A5, 50% cotton (cold pressed), artistic Fabriano (hot pressed ), Fabriano Uno (hot pressed)

    • Botanical Illustration II

      Summary: Drawing observation herbalized vegetables and living species. Field classes. Figurative representation of morphological structures with the aid of binocular and camera lucida techniques in watercolor or gouache.

      Teachers: Malena and Paul Barretto Ormindo
      Teachers specialized in Botanical Illustration at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens, London, UK.

      Period: August 5 to November 20, 2014 (32 lessons)

      Registration: July 2 to August 5, 2014 at the Registry Extension of National School of Tropical Botany at the time of 9 to 12 am or 13:30 to 17 hours.

      Hours: Twice a week, 3 hours lecture, 6 hours per week, Europe Two classes: morning from 9 to 12 am and in the afternoon from 14 to 17h
      Hours: 96 hours.

      Target Audience: Students and practitioners of biological and agricultural sciences; agronomy and forestry; architecture; landscaping; industrial design and visual communication, fine arts and related fields.

      Pre-requisites: None

      Number of vacancies: At least 10 (ten) and a maximum of 20 (twenty) students per class.

      The tuition fee: R $ 260,00

      Registration fee: $ 60.00

      Material: Pencil No. HB, 2B mechanical pencil and 0.5mm with HB graphite, plastic Rubber TK white paper Block Lay-out A3 Canson, 30cm ruler, Olfa knife (optional), 1 flared Dish, Pasta size to A3 carry paper, any brand or model (optional), Box tissue paper or paper towel, clipboard or Eucatex Pranchetinha A3 Trident ref. A3 (only for course Botanical Illustration II - for fieldwork), laptop Stock aluminum or wood (only for course BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION II - for fieldwork), 5 sheets of white silk

      Paints watercolors in tubes of 5 ml or tablets:
      Brands:
      • Winsor & Newton
      Cotmam (student)
      Artist's color (professional)
      • Schminck
      "Horadam" (professional)
      Akademie (student)
      • Talen's Rembrandt (professional)
      Van Gogh (student)

      Color: Frech ultramarine, indigo blue, or deep or pale Cadmium yellow Cadmium yellow, Cadmium Lemon, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Permanent magenta, red or Cadmium Scarlet lake, Raw Sienna or Yellow Ochre, Sepia, Permanent rose.

      Optional colors: Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue, Burnt umber, Burnt sienna.

      Brushes:
      Brands
      • Winsor & Newton Series 7 - No. 01, 03, 04 or 05
      • Da Vinci - No. 01, 03, 04 or 05
      • Kolinsky Tiger serie 309 - No. 02, 03, 04 or 05
      Note: the best brushes are at Marta and should form a good tip when wet and while retaining enough ink inside. Always acquire the brushes with acrylic cover to be maintained properly.

      Papers
      The best papers are cotton acid free with a smooth surface and weights from 300gr to 600gr.
      loose or A3 or A4 block leaves.
      • Line Canson Arches
      Grain satiné (hot pressed), Moulin de Roy (hot pressed), Montval Grain fin (cold pressed), Montval Grain satiné (hot pressed)
      • Line
      Fabriano Fabriano A5, 50% cotton (cold pressed), artistic Fabriano (hot pressed), Fabriano Uno (hot pressed)

    • Botanical drawing

      Course 6 classes in botanical illustration technique of graphite

      Teachers: Malena and Paul Barretto Ormindo
      Teachers specialized in Botanical Illustration at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Gardens, London, UK.

      Saturday classes: 13, 20, September 27, 4, 11 and 18 October 9 at 12 noon

      Hours: 18 hours

      Target Audience: Students who wish to have contact with botanical illustration or improve their technique in drawing from observation of plants.

      Pre-requisites: None

      Number of vacancies: At least ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) students per class.

      Summary: Drawing observation of species of live plants in the technique of graphite

      Value: R$ 320,00 (R$ 50.00 registration, R$ 270,00 course)

      Registration: August 13 to September 10 at the Registry Extension of National School of Tropical Botany at the time of 9 to 12 am or 13:30 to 17 hours.

      Material: 1 pad of paper Lay - out Canson A3, 1 pencil HB, 2B and 4B, 1 mechanical pencil with 0.5mm graphite HB, 1 plastic rubber TK Faber Castel, 1 strip 30cm

  • Vocational courses

    Vocational training: in partnership with the Navy of Brazil a center of training of human resources has been created in order to promote the professionalization of military navy, civil servants and the surrounding population in Guandu Complex Sapê, Campo Grande / RJ, in areas such as gardening, nurseries, tree planting and forest restoration agents.

  • Other Courses

    • Photography with emphasis on nature

    • IDs Brazilian commercial timbers

      Teachers: Neusa Tamayo and Arno Brandes

      Syllabus: Anatomy x quality control of commercial timber; notions of wood anatomy as a basis for identification; practical classes for the identification of the main Brazilian commercial timbers.

      Classes: 03, 10, 17 and 24 August (8.30am to 12.30pm)

      Subscriptions: from 14 to 27 July 2014.

      Investment: R$ 150,00

      Hours: 16 hours Total Hours.

      Target Audience: Graduate students (Biology, Forestry, Agronomy, Architecture and Industrial Design), professional timber sector (furniture making and construction).

      Number of vacancies: 15

      Brief résumé of teachers;

      Neusa Tamaio
      She is a researcher of the Institute for Research in the Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro. Professor of Professional Master of ENBT / Botanical Garden and the National Museum (UFRJ). PhD in Botany from the University of São Paulo - USP.

      Arno F. N. Brandes
      He is a professor at the Federal Fluminense University, Ph.D. in Botany Research Institute at the Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro.

    • The landscape in pencil point

      Teacher (s): Ana Rosa de Oliveira and Camilla Santino

      Course duration: lessons on days 10, 17, 24, May 31 and June 7 (8:30 to 14 hours)

      Hours: 25 hours

      Investment: R $ 140,00 professionals, U.S. $ 70.00 undergraduate students enrolled.

      Target Audience and Prerequisites: Students and professionals, age 18, who are interested in research landscape act or practice in areas related to the field of landscaping. There is no need for prior knowledge about design or graphic expression techniques.

      Number of Vacancies: 20 students

      Concentration Area: Landscaping; project; Graphic expression;

      Summary: The essential role of drawing free hand in the process of recognition, analysis and landscape design. Develop awareness and the ability to represent the landscape through drawing freehand. Enhance the capacity of abstraction and synthesis. Identify and refine individual expressive features. Encourage creativity.


      Registration form

      Those interested should fill out the registration form and make deposit for registration on behalf of the Foundation for Support of Plant Botany in HSBC Bank (399), the agency in 1323 (Santos Dumont), Current Account No. 00537-36. Send a copy of the payment and registration form to e-mailextensao@jbrj.gov.br , undergraduate students must submit proof of enrollment at the university.


      Program:

      1. Landscaping and representation;
      2. The visual language through the elements of the landscape;
      3. Comparison processes and visual assessment in building design;
      4. Types of graphical representation and composition - design and purpose;
      5. The capacity of abstraction and synthesis for transmitting information;
      6. Complementary techniques and expressive resources;
      7. Representation and creativity;


      Summary of curriculum (s) Teacher (s):

      Ana Rosa de Oliveira
      Postdoc in landscape architecture ( Polytechnic University of Catalonia - UPC - ETSAB (2011 ) , history of science ( COC - FIOCRUZ ) and urban - UFRJ - PROURB . ( 2007-2008) . Doctorate in El Sentido de La Modern Architecture - UPC - Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya / University of Valladolid , Spain (1998 ) Specialization in landscape architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya - . Barcelona ( 1989) and a degree in Forestry from the UFSM - RS ( . 1982 )
      landscape is currently head of the Laboratory of Landscape Research Institute Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro and Associate professor of the Master of Landscape Architecture PROURB - . Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
      has experience in architecture and urbanism , sub - area Landscaping develops research on the following topics : . analysis methodologies , design and landscape management , documentation and study of the production of Roberto Burle Marx , landscape and history , garden design and botanical collections .

      Camilla Santino
      Student of the Professional Masters in Landscape Architecture at the Graduate Program in Urban Planning at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro ( 2012 - ) . Specialist Architectural Heritage (2002-2003) Graduated in Arquiteura and Urbanism from the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas ( 1997-2001) .
      is currently Deputy Professor at Department of Analysis and Representation of Form FAU - UFRJ and Minister Postgraduate courses in Architecture and Interior Design Course by the Company .
      Since 1999 , acts as a teacher , starting in preparing candidates for testing Specific Skills of Vestibular contest for the areas of Arts , Architecture and Design . Courses in
      was Professor of Architecture , Design and Hospitality , University of Sorocaba - UNISO Visiting Professor and participated through the center of Exact , Arts and Sciences Technologies Puc - Campinas .
      Develops Private Projects , Government and Institutional areas of Architecture , Design and Landscaping . Have experience with Special Projects Multidisciplinary , Team Coordination of Work, Evaluation and Strategic Planning Body . Your Company is focused on achieving Consulorias Specialized Techniques , Training and Professional Development .

    • Performance Management

      Teacher: David Ricardo Moreira Ramos

      Hours: 16 h.

      Target Audience and Prerequisites: Professionals in the field of People Management and Managers in general.

      Number of Vacancies: 15

      Dates held: 15 And July 17, 2014 8:30 pm. to 17 hours.

      Subscriptions: from June 16

      Investment: R$ 100.00

      Objective: Performance Management appears as a key area for people and organizations achieve their objectives and goals. However, it is one of the most complex issues of Personnel Management that has undergone changes in recent years with the incorporation of new mechanisms in the processes of integrated performance management of people in organizations. The course aims to present and discuss the main concepts and Performance Management applications within organizations with special focus on public organizations and discussing the challenges to the implementation of Performance Management.

      Methodology: Exhibition of concepts related to the topic, debate valuing the experience of participants and implementation of activities that allow practice on the issue.


      Program:

      1. What is performance. Importance of Performance Management in organizations;
      2. Performance Assessment: types and methods;
      2.1 Evaluation by goals
      2.2 Assessment of behaviors and attitudes
      2.3 Evaluation
      360 degrees 3. The role of the assessor and the assessed;
      4. Interviews reviewed common issues and how to circumvent them;
      5. Business Performance Management;
      6. Integrated and Strategic Perspective of Performance Management: skills and balanced scorecard.


      Teacher Resume Summary:

      David Ricardo Moreira Ramos
      Bachelor's degree in Management from UFRJ, post-graduate degree in management COPPEAD / UFRJ and Master in Business Administration from the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Analyst in Science & Technology Research Institute at the Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro where he served as Coordinator of Personnel Management. Professional experience of over 20 years in public and private companies in the area of People Management in organizations like Mesbla, Johnson Research Institute and Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro. Professor and coordinator of courses in educational institutions like the University Gama Filho, Unigranrio, Getulio Vargas Foundation and Candido Mendes University.

    • Identification of the Atlantic Forest Botanical Families

      Hours: 40 hours

      Period: 21 to 25.07.2014 from 9 to 17h, face classes at the School of Botany and Research Board JBRJ, field classes in the arboretum of the Botanical Garden.

      Audience: Graduate students in biology and related fields

      Capacity: up to 15 participants

      Registration: £ 30.00. Interested parties must undertake a pre-registration will be available in the period from 9 June to 4 July 2014. Receive information about The selected entries by email.

      Teachers : Dr. João Marcelo Alvarenga Braga ( coordination) , Leandro Telles Jorge Cardoso ( graduate student ) , Paula Luana Mauad (Phd ) and Pollyanna Rodrigues de Oliveira dos Santos ( graduate student ) < / p > .

      Syllabus: The course objective is to acquaint the students of Biological Sciences, and related fields, with practical identification of the most common plant families in the Atlantic Forest. In this course students will be able to understand the diversity of vegetation types that make up this biome and identify their most frequent families. Contact with the practice plays a key role in the application of theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom. Thus, students begin to see the practical importance for the conservation and preservation of forests knowledge may also serve for this purpose, since they will have greater clarity in relation to plant biodiversity around them. Moreover, the practice can help in the decision of the student for their professional area.

      Programming*:
      Day 1: Morning: Atlantic Forest biome and associated ecosystems; Most common plant families in the Atlantic Forest; Plant Morphology Basic. Afternoon (practice): Plant Morphology basic
      Day 2: Morning: Habit and life forms (trees, shrubs, herbs, lianas, epiphytes, rupicolous, Parasites and hygrophilous);. Collection techniques and herborization. Afternoon (practice): Visit to herbal RB
      3rd day: Morning:. Monocotyledons; Afternoon: Basal Angiosperms and eudicotyledonous
      4th day: Morning:. Eudicotyledonous; Afternoon: Practice identifying
      5th day:. Morning and Afternoon (practice). Identification of families in field and installation of key families collected
      * Everyday theory is combined with practical both in the classroom and field.

      Brief curriculum of teachers:

      João Marcelo Alvarenga Braga – JBRJ - Curriculum
      Associate Researcher at the Research Institute Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro and permanent teaching of courses Postgraduate in Botany from the National School of Tropical Botany (ENBT / JBRJ) and Plant Biology at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). Have experience in Botany and Ecology, acting on the following themes: taxonomy of angiosperms (Zingiberales, Santalales, Ranunculales and Dioscoreales), community ecology and ecological restoration, especially in the Atlantic Forest and Restinga.

      Leandro Jorge Telles Cardoso – ENBT - Curriculum
      Biologist from the University Saint Ursula (2012), is currently a master's student at the National School of Tropical Botany (ENBT / JBRJ). Operates mainly in the taxonomy and phylogeny of Balanophoraceae family and has experience as a botanist identifier for Forest Inventory in different Brazilian ecosystems.

      Luana Paula Mauad - ENBT - Curriculum
      Biologist, PhD student in Botany - Ecology Neotropical Ecosystems in the National School of Tropical Botany (ENBT / JBRJ) focuses his research Ecology, Floristics and Conservation of plant communities on rocky outcrops in the State of Rio de Janeiro. Have experience in the field of Education and floristic surveys in the Atlantic Forest Biome.

      Pollyanna Rodrigues de Oliveira dos Santos – ENBT - Curriculum
      Forest Engineer graduated at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (2011). Masters in Botany at the Botanic Garden Research Institute of Rio de Janeiro (in progress). Currently working with restoration of degraded areas, with emphasis on natural succession, formation of nuclei of vegetation and spontaneous regeneration. Also has experience in management of river basins and botany.