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Sustainable Packaging for the Circular Economy

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This course is designed to help packaging decision makers make better, more informed decisions about their packaging including how to work with internal stakeholders and outside packaging suppliers, designers and vendors. Participants will gain the most up to date knowledge and best practices on how to make their current packaging more sustainable. And finally what impacts these changes could have in their supply chain and solutions to overcoming these challenges.

Intermediate
3 hours
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This course is aimed at professionals in Design, Engineering, Sustainability, Purchasing, Procurement and Packaging functions, at Director level, or anyone involved in packaging decisions.
It is an intermediate course for all decision makers who wants to understand the opportunities and challenges developing sustainable packaging including implementing those solutions within their supply chain.
Knowledge of basic packaging and terminologies is a pre-requisite to take this course.

How will you learn?

The online course is self-paced and includes a pre-assessment test, modules of interactive instruction combining a variety of formats such as videos, practical exercises, assignments, discussion forums and case studies. It concludes on a final assessment.

All participants who successfully complete the course will receive an L&E Certificate of Completion.

What will you learn?

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

1. Identify opportunities for more sustainable packaging, not just from a specific department perspective but more wholistically

2. Understand potential cost implications when making packaging changes

3. Understanding the hurdles and how to overcome the challenges of making big changes to your packaging and supply chain

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