Information Session: Circular Economy: Principles And Applied Methods


Information Session:

Circular Economy: Principles and Applied Methods

Discover the path to sustainable business practices with the UBC Okanagan pioneering micro-credential course. This course, a collaborative offering from UBC’s Materials and Manufacturing Research Institute (MMRI) and School of Engineering (SOE), is designed to empower professionals to lead the transition towards a circular economy in their organizations. Join us for an engaging information session that delves into the course’s comprehensive curriculum, combining theoretical foundations with practical, real-world applications.

Date & Time: Friday, February 23, 2024 – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (PST)
Location: Online (Zoom)

Who Should Attend?

  • Business leaders, including C-suite executives, operations managers, and supply chain managers.
  • Engineers, accountants, and procurement staff looking to implement sustainable practices.
  • Professionals interested in leveraging circular economy principles to drive organizational change.

Why Attend?

  • Understand the course’s innovative blend of online and interactive learning, tailored for professionals across various industries.
  • Explore circular economy concepts, including sustainable business models and value propositions.
  • Learn how this course supports your growth with long-term benefits, including problem-solving spaces and R&D concierge services.
  • Understand the application process, course layout, and the unique support offered to course alumni.
  • Engage in a live Q&A session with the course facilitator.

Note: Registration is required. We will send you instructions to join the online information session one business day prior to the session date. Can’t make the scheduled time? We will send a link to the session recording to everyone who registers.

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