EUROPEAN FUNDS FOR THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

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Content: In this online course important terms like circular economy will be discussed. As it is known, this kind of economy aims to ‘close the loop’ of product lifecycles by keeping resources within the system, which leads to better use of raw materials, products and waste. It contributes to meeting the EU’s environmental and climate objectives and stimulates local and regional development.

Waste prevention, eco-design and similar measures create savings, increase turnover and create local jobs, for instance, in the reuse, re-manufacturing, repair and product innovation sectors.

Methodology: online through Finnova’s e-learning platform, the EU Training Platform, created exclusively to offer the best quality of teaching through gamification tools and the achievement of milestones that favour the understanding of information. The course is supported by tutorials via videoconference by experts in the field with more than 15 years of experience in the field.

Who is it for? Entrepreneurs, public or private entities, investors, officials, students, or anyone who wants to know first-hand about circular economy.

Duration: 40 hours of online lessons (20h theory/20h practice)

Certificate: After the course you will receive an official certificate.