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AIP Use of Lifecycle Assessment Tools for Sustainable Packaging Design training course heads to NSW on 29 October

Oceania, Australia, Packaging Trade Associations, General Business Services, Educational, Training Services

The AIP Use of Lifecycle Assessment Tools for Sustainable Packaging Design training course is aimed at providing an introduction and learning framework for packaging industry professionals to apply lifecycle thinking to their working contexts. This includes an understanding of the reasons why lifecycle thinking is critical, as well as how the method may be used for packaging design projects they manage.

The course will be structured to cover the following:

Understanding the current shifts and challenges in Sustainability
What is Lifecycle Assessment?
Why is Lifecycle Assessment an important tool in Sustainable Packaging Design?
How do you quantify eco-efficiency?
Lifecycle Thinking within Sustainable Packaging design
Introduction to life cycle assessment (LCA) and Its benefits
Case Study Examples and Interactive hands-on LCA tool usage
Seizing the strategic opportunity in Sustainability
Better understanding of how to use LCA tools for competitive advantage and to establish strong relationships across your Supply Chain partners

The objectives of the course are to provide participants an understanding of:

The role LCA plays in both Sustainable Packaging Design and development.
Why Sustainable Packaging really matters.
Four step procedure of lifecycle assessment.
Tools and knowledge to apply LCA in practical contexts.

http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=240

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Brand Owners, packaging manufacturers and suppliers, business owners, managers, marketers, engineers, packaging technologists, sustainability professionals, packaging designers, agencies and sales staff.

COURSE PRESENTER

Dr Simon Lockrey, Coordinator - Design Action Program + ID Engineering Courses
Senior Lecturer/ Research Fellow - School of Design
School of Design, College of Design and Social Context
RMIT University, Australia

Simon Lockrey is a leading sustainability and design innovation academic, having been based at RMIT since 2009. The domains in which he has managed sustainability research include life cycle assessment (LCA), co-design, design innovation, marketing, resource efficiency and food waste. Simon has worked with global and nationally significant companies, including CHEP, Visy, Nestlé, Dyson, Grocon and Breville. Relevant government and NGO projects have also ensued, with Sustainability Victoria, Environmental Protection Agency, Australian Food and Grocery Council, Australia Post, Australian Antarctic Division, Uniting AgeWell, and Meat and Livestock Australia.

Limited places are available so book early

http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=240

See also

Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design, Auckland

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Certified Packaging Professional in Training (CPIT) designation now available in Australasia

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