Circular Economy & Climate Change Certificate of Completion Program
October 24-26, 2023
Our immersive 3-day conference-style Circular Economy program teaches about the emerging approach to product design, manufacturing processes, and environmental management. Moving away from our traditional linear model of “take, make, waste” to a systematic approach of material reuse, resource circularity, and the elimination of wasted resources. Organizations worldwide adopt circular economy principles to facilitate a transition caused by economic, environmental, and resource pressures.
Earn A Non-Academic Microcredential,
W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology
Our Past Speakers
President at BASF Canada
Insights Manager at Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Vice President at Academy for Sustainable Innovation
Principal at Chrysalis Strategies
Who Should Attend
Participants must hold or be completing a degree or diploma from a recognized university or college, hold a relevant certificate in sustainability from a recognized university, or have equivalent professional experience.
Bachelor of Commerce, College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Environment Studies, Bachelor of Engineering, Master's in Engineering, Master's in Business Administration, Master's in Chemistry.
CAD $1500 +HST
Renewable Energy, Fashion, Architecture, Agriculture, Aerospace, Automotive, Chemical, Steel, Cement, Construction, Higher Education, Environmental Consulting, Municipal Gov't, Provincial Gov't. Federal Gov't, Standards Development, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG).
Process Engineer, Continuous Improvement Manager, Engineering Project Coordinator, Director of Capital Projects & Strategic Services, Project Manager, VP Sourcing Operations, Director of Environment and Business Excellence, Marketing Manager, Product Development Manager, Sustainability Consultant.
"The Circular Economy, enabled me to understand how businesses, policy makers, and academic institutions can alter their current economic model such that environmental impact can be substantially mitigated on a global scale. The instructor and guest speakers reinforced the concepts of a circular economy and provided examples of how businesses and academia have adopted and integrated circular economy into day-to-day practices. For anyone looking to pursue a career in the environment I highly recommend taking this course, as it will prepare you with the knowledge you need to be successful in your role."
Alexandria Rees | Manager, Corporate Responsibility & Environment at Bell Canada