Ecosurety has become the first compliance scheme to have its training courses certified for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The free-to-attend webinars include quarterly commercial updates on producer responsibility compliance, overviews of the regulations and assessing international compliance obligations, and are available to members and non-members alike.
The seminars provide a day long workshop featuring external speakers, round table discussions, industry focus and Q&A sessions, plus in-depth regulatory updates delivered by Ecosurety compliance experts.
The webinars and seminars are aimed at anybody inside a business responsible for gathering data for producer responsibility compliance monitoring, setting budgets or keeping up with environmental legislation. The accredited training can now count towards annual CPD quota following independent assessment for teaching quality and standards of course materials.
Lizzie Elbourn, client services manager at Ecosurety explains, “We understand that a lot of organisations are weighing up the value of training courses in the current economic climate. Ecosurety strongly believes it is important all companies to understand their legal obligations and ensure they meet all requirements to a high standard, while maintaining the ability to make decisions in the best interests of their business."
“Our training is independently assessed for quality, meaning that delegates can be assured they will receive a benchmarked level of input to help them understand and correctly interpret the latest regulatory updates, which can now also count towards their own continuing personal development.”
All accredited training can be booked online on our training page.
To find out more, please contact our team on 0845 094 2228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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