Circular Economy & Climate Change Certificate of Completion Program
The Leading Transition course is a 3-day conference-style professional certificate program where you will receive knowledge, case studies, and tools to navigate Canada’s most pressing transition issues and position yourself to help lead a transition from any organization level. Canada’s transition to a circular, climate-positive economy depends on courageous leaders from business, government and civil society. New competencies and innovative leadership models are needed to solve the world’s most significant transition issues — climate change, resource depletion, social and ecological justice, technology and artificial intelligence.
Earn A Non-Academic Microcredential,
W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology
Our Past Speakers
President and CEO at GE Canada
President at Ivey Foundation
Senior Vice President & Head of Sustainability and Diversity at BDC
President and Chief Executive Officer at FCC/ FAC
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.
"It was very well presented and structured. The insights, knowledge, and exercises shared among lecturers and students are great tools helping to lead the transition of any organization into the circular economy. The course was great, and I hope to start applying some of the circular economy principles, learning more and more, and having a positive impact towards sustainability."
Felipe Motta | Operations Manager, Global Contract Manufacturing at Novo Nordisk