Embodied Carbon Course

Course Overview

Tunley Engineering’s Embodied Carbon Course provides delegates with the knowledge needed to undertake informed carbon assessments and to participate in carbon calculations for any business.

The course covers the climate change drivers behind the need to measure carbon and an explanation of what is meant by embodied carbon.

Delegates will also learn where to find recognised datasets of embodied carbon data to inform their carbon calculations and worked examples of how to apply them.

Course Structure

Embodied Carbon Course – Course Content below

Session 1 Background to Embodied Carbon – 1 hour

Intro to Tunley engineering and their services

Carbon, green house gases and climate change

What is Embodied carbon

Session 2 Preparing for an Embodied Carbon Assessment – 1 hour

The importance of Embodied Carbon

Drivers and regulations for embodied carbon assessments

Sources of Information

Session 3 Embodied Carbon Assessments – 1 hour

Defining your scope: How to define the boundaries of an assessment

An overview of the embodied carbon of different materials

Worked Examples of an assessment

Tailored programs to your Company’s needs, with company specific examples, are available upon request.

NB: Tunley Engineering will issue course notes to all Attendees prior to the training, questions during the Webinar training can be submitted through the live chat and or via email.

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