Circular Economy for Chemical Engineers - multiple users or booking on behalf of a user
This course will help chemical engineers understand the circular economy in the process industry as well as their role and responsibilities within material flow systems.
Traditional business models in the processing industry are primarily based around a linear consumption model. Most high-volume process operations are perfect examples of the ‘take – make – use – dispose’ flow of materials. This training module aims to introduce the principles of a circular flow of materials within a sustainable economic mode. A ‘systems engineering’ approach will be applied to the full product life cycle from cradle-to-grave and the tools and metrics needed to change to a circular economic model will be explained.
As the Sustainability Hub assists chemical engineers in supporting the UN Sustainability Development Goals, this training course will be a key knowledge strand for setting a solid foundation towards making steps for achieving SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production aims and targets.
The course includes pre-recorded and interactive content, recommended further learning and an end-of-course assessment. You will receive an automated end-of-course certificate, subject to successful completion of the assessment.
As part of the Sustainability Hub’s suite of on-demand training courses, IChemE Members can currently obtain free access to this course by inputting a discount code. See below for more details.
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By the end of the course, you will gain an introductory level understanding of:
- what transitioning to a circular economy means and how it applies to the chemical and processing industries
- your role and responsibilities in making this transition a reality
- how to start thinking differently about production and consumption.
Who will benefit
Chemical engineers at all levels, across all sectors, seeking to develop a better understanding of the circular economy.
- Unit 1: What is the circular economy?
- Unit 2: The circular economy and the chemical and processing industries sectors
- Unit 3: Chemical engineering in the circular economy
- Unit 4: Circular economy in practice
- Course assessment
- Feedback survey
This on-demand course is delivered via IChemE’s Virtual Learning Zone (registration required). Delegates will be able to access the training course via their browser and complete the course at their own pace. Upon purchase, send email@example.com your delegate(s) first name, last name, and e-mail address for us to set up your learner(s) within the Virtual Learning Zone. They will be able to access the training course via their web browser and complete the course at their own pace. They will have access to the course for six months and will be required to complete the course within this time frame.
If purchasing for multiple users, you can benefit from the following discounts using the code provided:
- 2-5 users – 25% discount - use 'multi-user2-5'
- 6-10 users – 35% discount - use 'multi-user6-10'
- 11-50 users – 50% discount - use 'multi-user11+'
Free access to IChemE Members
As part of the Sustainability Hub, IChemE Members can currently obtain free access to this course by inputting a discount code. The code has been shared with Members via:
- Member News
- Direct email campaigns
If you cannot find the discount code, please contact us confirming your IChemE Membership number.
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Train your team
This course can be delivered to corporate teams, either on-site or online. Content can be tailored to your specific requirements, and this could be a cost-effective option if you have several people requiring the training. To find out more and request a quotation, visit our in-company training page.
* CPD hours should be used as an approximate guide and will vary depending on the preferred approach of the delegate and to what extent additional learning is completed.