Moving to zero waste or thinking about it? Join Antonia Graham for an on-demand 3-session master class series exploring the opportunities, challenges, and best practices in implementing a zero waste program.
In this master class series, we'll explore the concept of zero waste, how to effectively design, plan, and implement zero waste policies and programs, and how to engage the community to accept and promote a zero waste lifestyle. Graham will also discuss how and why communities are adopting various waste diversion programs, what works, and what doesn't. Additionally, we'll explore how to identify local producer responsibility policies and programs, as well as how to analyze the role of markets and local policies in driving successful waste diversion and resource recovery techniques (e.g., recycling, reusing, and composting).
This Master Class Series includes a series of three 1-1.5 hour live and on-demand online presentations and Q&A sessions (3 PDH / 0.3 CEU total) focusing on the following advanced topics.
All sessions are presented in an on-demand format so you may attend at your leisure, and are accompanied by a quiz to test your skills. Learning on your own at home, live and online, or with a group, Forester University's Master Class Series is designed as an interactive experience with the leading experts in the field.
Train your whole team without the hassle of travel, and at a discounted rate! For a limited time you may register your first attendee and location for $189 and all additional attendees at $119. We'll provide your group administrator a single logon to access all 3 sessions, as well as a completion certificate for each registered attendee toward the CEUs/PDHs completed. If you are interested in group pricing, please contact email@example.com.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.