Cranfield University launches Circular Economy Short Course series

October 18, 2018
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Cranfield University, with support from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, has launched a suite of short Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses. The courses are aimed at providing industry professionals, senior managers, and executives with the knowledge and skills to manage the transition of their organisation to a circular economy.

The suite of courses will explore six important focus areas: Circular Design, Circular Innovation, Circularity in Practise, Mining Value from Organic Waste, Circular Economy Renewable Energy and Extending Material Life.

The role of learning in transitioning towards a circular economy remains paramount. We are therefore delighted to support Cranfield University on the launch of these short courses.

- Nora Clinton, Higher Education Network Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

These face-to-face courses will be held at Cranfield University in the UK and will start from 28th February 2019.

More details about each course, dates, and how to enrol can be found here:

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