years, a syllabus could be produced that could be used to train people in other countries through the standard curriculum and departmental type functions.
That was a formula that we came up with. Then the idea was to go after EU funding and funding from various other sources to support that course. It was not easy to get everybody to agree to that sort of thing and I am not sure it will actually happen, but that is what we are trying to do. A similar sort of approach might be useful to you here.
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