Selecting a carbon reduction standard

Course Overview

This course builds on the introduction to carbon course and the carbon for business course.

It is suitable for delegates considering taking the important step of obtaining an officially recognised certification for their carbon assessment, reporting and carbon reduction achievements.

The course gives the information needed to elect an appropriate standard and simplifies the jargon used in reporting guidelines. This will give your staff the confidence to make the important step from internal assessment to official certification that will give your business the edge.

Course Structure

Course 3: Choosing a standard for carbon reduction

Session 1

Company Introduction

The need for carbon assessment

Standards and regulation – an overview

Session 2

Standards – a run through the different standards available

Regulation – current requirements

SECR – requirements for compliance

Session 3

Cutting through the jargon for SECR reporting
CO2 vs CO2e
Carbon footprints
Intensity ratios – what they are and how to select and calculate them
MGHG – mandatory GHG reporting and exemptions

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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