Plastic Thinking Programme
Plastic Thinking 1 day course approved by IEMA – SEL Group Ltd will be running this course throughout 2019 – please contact us for details of a venue near you. The details of the course are listed below.
The one day (IEMA Approved) Plastic Thinking course
Plastic Thinking 1 Day Course
1 Putting the plastic issue into context – Introducing the concept of wicked problems, global complexity issues and the conflicting requirements of stakeholders.
2 Introduction of issues of Single Use Plastics (group activity)
3 Creative Problem Solving – Explanation of the role of creative learning. Options of a visualisation activity or congruence “environmental values” assessment and the Icebreaker
4 Understanding the issues of plastic – key definitions, history, global figures, environmental impacts, developing solutions & positive impacts of plastics.
5 Types of plastics and material properties – Review of common material requirements of plastics
6 Design for Environment techniques applied to the use of plastic with case studies
7 Lifecycle Perspective applied to use of plastic with examples
8 Waste Minimisation applied to use of plastic with case studies
9 Summary – Review of icebreaker discussion
10 Plastic Thinking – Introduction to day 2 training and the Plastic Thinking Audit Programme
STOP PRESS! Training Dates.
Our next Plastic Thinking courses take place on Wednesday 4th September, Wednesday 2nd October & Wednesday 6th November 2019.
Venue: The Globe Foundation, Bramshall Road, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 5BE
Please contact us for more information.
This course will be useful to you if you need to
- Understand the plastic problem
- Develop skills to prioritise the impacts of plastic
- Apply sound environmental management principles to the use of plastic in your organisation.
The SEL Plastic Thinking 1 day course has been approved by IEMA. Described as “SEL Group have suitable centre policies in place to be approved as an IEMA Training Centre. The 1-day Plastic Thinking course covers an important environmental topic in an engaging and structured manner with interactive exercises and case studies and is also approved.”