Introduction To Carbon Projects Course

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    What exactly is a Carbon Project? How do I know if my project qualifies for carbon credits? How big does a carbon project have to be, in order to be feasible for carbon credits. What is the process to follow in registering a carbon project? What is the cost of registering a carbon project? These are the types of questions we will be answering in our 1 day Introduction to Carbon Projects course.

    Why do this course?

    • Understand the business opportunities, costs, timelines and risks associated with developing a carbon project

    • Learn how to identify viable carbon projects based on accepted methodologies

    • Gain a good understanding of the carbon project development process

    • Learn about the types of carbon projects and registration bodies and what specific documentation is required by these bodies

    • Be empowered to make decisions so that your company is well positioned to identify and commercialise carbon trading opportunities.

    • Understand the skills and resources required to make key decisions around carbon project development 

    GCX’s 1 day Introduction to Carbon Projects course gives learners a good understanding of the carbon markets, carbon finance and the carbon project development process.

    Click here to view the course outline

    Upcoming public courses:

    18 August – Johannesburg
    29 November – Durban

    Cost:
    R 2 600 (ex VAT) per person – lunch and refreshments are included.

    Other GCX certified courses you may be interested in:
    Adaptation Level 1
    Carbon Footprint Analyst (Level 1)
    Carbon Footprint Analyst (Level 2)
    Corporate Sustainability
    Energy Efficiency Assessor
    Green Your Office
    Introduction to Carbon Management
    Introduction to Renewable Energy Systems
    Residential Eco Auditor
    Water Management Level 1

    If you would like to join one of our upcoming courses, please contact:
    Bianca Uliana
    biancau@globalcarbonexchange.com
    072 494 1841

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