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First Training: GREENHOUSE GAS INVENTORIES

Duration - 3 hours

Description of the training

ENC's course intitled "ISO/14064-1 Essential principles for Greenhouse gas inventories for enterprises and other organizations" familiarises organisms with the techniques and the comprehension of the practices necessary to quantify and manage one's Greehouse gas (GHG) emissions. ENC's professionals will detail the ISO 14064-1 norm in regards to the establishment of the organizational boundaries with regards to GHG emissions, to the quantification of GHG emissions and reductions as well as to determine which actions can be undertaken to constantly improve the good management of GHG emissions.

The course also covers the required elements and best practice methods for the quality management aspect of inventories, in regards to initially declaring one's emissions, to internal audits, to responsability of the organism in regards to the verification process. We also explain the role of the ISO 14064-1 norm in regards to other programs, norms and protocols in regards to GHG, including the ISO 14001 norm and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol elaborated by the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Business Council (WBC) on Sustainable Development.

Training's Objectives:

·Requirements of the ISO 14064-1 Norm

·Understanding the relationship between ISO 14064-1 and the WRI, WBC as well as existing protocols

·Learn how to distinguish sources and sinks of GHG emissions
 
·Understanding the quality control mechanisms and quantification methodologies

·Understanding the role and responsibilities of the GHG verifier

·Learn how to plan, execute and elaborate an EMS of GHG.
 
(Environmental Management System of Greenhouse gases)

 

*ENC certified course

This course is certified by Environmental Needs Canada and meets the training requirements for those wishing to be in charge of elaborating the Greenhouse Gas Inventory reports or Carbon Footprint reports.

Second Training: GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION PROJECTS

Duration - 4 hours

Description of the training

ENC's course intitled "ISO/14064-2Essential principles for Greenhouse gas Reduction projects"familiarises organisms with Greenhouse gas reduction projects, these include switching energy sources, such as going from oil #6 to electricity, or as anothe example, energy efficiency such as new processes or technologies. Afterwards, the difference between the baseline scenario, which is what would occur in the absence of the project, and the project scenario, are quantifiable.

The participants will be able to learn the ISO 14064-2 norm, including the principals and requirements, in regards to the determination of the baseline scenario for the projects, the sureveillance required as well as the quantification of the performance of implemented measures and the associated elaboration of the Greenhouse gas quantification report and subsequent validation and/or verification. They'll also discover the relationship of the ISO 14064-2 norm with other GHG reduction programs. The discussion will also cover various methodologies such as those from the Volontary Carbon Standard (VCS) and from the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).

Training's Objectives:

·Requirements of the ISO 14064-2 Norm

·Understanding the relationship between ISO 14064-2, the VCS and the CDM as well as other existing protocols
 
· Learn how to determine the reference scenario for the project  

·Understanding the quality control mechanisms and quantification methodologies

·Understanding the role and responsibilities of the GHG verifier

·Learn how to plan, execute and elaborate a Greenhouse gas reduction project

·Understanding the worldwide carbon markets.

 

*ENC certified course
This course is certified by Environmental Needs Canada and meets the training requirements for those wishing to be in charge of elaborating Greenhouse Gas Reduction reports.

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