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Classroom Sessions:
Date Venue Fees
22 - 26 Apr 2024 London - UK $5,950
16 - 20 Dec 2024 London - UK $5,950
21 - 25 Apr 2025 London - UK $5,950
Online Sessions:

16 - 20 Dec 2024 Online $3,950
Course Description


In today's rapidly evolving world, the concept of sustainability has become a pressing concern for individuals, organizations, and governments alike. In response to the growing environmental challenges we face, companies across industries are increasingly recognizing the importance of transitioning towards a blue and circular economy. This paradigm shift encompasses a holistic approach that integrates sustainable practices, resource efficiency, and the preservation of ecosystems. By embracing the principles of the blue and circular economy, businesses can unlock new opportunities for growth, innovation, and competitive advantage, all while mitigating their environmental impact. This training course serves as a vital steppingstone towards achieving these objectives.

The Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course is designed to empower individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the complex intersection of sustainability and business. Throughout this course, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of how companies can embrace the principles of the blue and circular economy while simultaneously driving economic growth and profitability. By exploring real-world case studies, industry best practices, and emerging trends, learners will discover innovative approaches to transform their organizations into sustainable entities that effectively address environmental challenges without compromising their bottom line. Whether you are an entrepreneur, business professional, or industry leader, this course will equip you with the foundational insights necessary to spearhead sustainable initiatives and contribute towards a more environmentally friendly future.

This GLOMACS Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course will highlight:

  • Understanding the Blue Economy
  • Circular Economy Fundamentals
  • Sustainable Business Models
  • Life Cycle Thinking
  • Sustainable Supply Chains
  • Green Technologies and Innovations
  • Policy and Regulatory Frameworks
  • Business Case for Sustainability


This Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course will focus on following items and enable you to use this unprecedented opportunity of embracing actions, develop a comprehensive understanding of the blue and circular economy principles and their application in driving sustainable practices and economic growth within organizations.

At the end of Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course, delegate will be able to:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the blue and circular economy concepts and their significance in addressing environmental challenges while maintaining profitability
  • Explore innovative approaches and best practices for integrating blue and circular economy principles into business strategies and operations
  • Acquire the knowledge and skills to assess the environmental impact of products and services throughout their life cycle and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Learn strategies for designing and implementing sustainable supply chains that minimize waste, promote resource efficiency, and foster collaboration among stakeholders
  • Understand the role of green technologies and innovations in supporting the transition to a blue and circular economy, and their potential for creating competitive advantages
  • Develop the ability to navigate policy and regulatory frameworks related to sustainability and effectively incorporate them into organizational practices
  • Cultivate the skills to drive organizational change, foster sustainability leadership, and advocate for the integration of blue and circular economy principles in decision-making processes

Training Methodology

In this course we are using advance adult learning practices to enhance the learning and experience of participants which includes: Lectures that are interactive and engaging, with opportunities for participants to ask questions and engage in discussions; Group work that encourages participants to work together to identify and implement solutions to mitigate, adapt to, or reverse climate change and its impacts on society globally; Practical exercises that help participants become confident in recommending tools that firms can use to become climate resilient and reduce their carbon footprint.

Organisational Impact

By realizing these organizational impacts and benefits, organizations can position themselves as leaders in sustainability, contributing to a more environmentally conscious and economically prosperous future.

Organisations of those who attend this Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course will benefit in a number of ways:

  • Organizations will develop a deeper understanding of sustainable practices and principles, enabling them to integrate blue and circular economy concepts into their operations and strategies, leading to reduced environmental impact.
  • Organizations can optimize resource utilization, minimize waste generation, and increase operational efficiency, resulting in cost savings and improved productivity.
  • Embrace sustainability and circularity can differentiate organizations in the market, attract environmentally conscious customers, and create opportunities for new business models and partnerships.
  • Enhance brand reputation, attracts environmentally conscious stakeholders, investors, and consumers who value sustainable practices.
  • Organizations can mitigate regulatory compliance risks, reputational risks, and supply chain disruptions.
  • Stimulates innovation, fostering a culture of creativity within the organization to develop sustainable solutions, products, and services.
  • Builds organizational resilience by future-proofing against resource scarcity, regulatory changes, and shifting consumer expectations, ensuring long-term viability.

Personal Impact

Personal impact will be these items but not limited to:

  • Deepened understanding of sustainable practices and principles
  • Enhanced knowledge and skills in blue and circular economy concepts
  • Expanded professional expertise in sustainability and environmental management
  • Improved ability to identify and implement sustainable solutions in various contexts
  • Increased marketability and career opportunities in sustainable business sectors
  • Enhanced ability to drive positive change and advocate for sustainability within organizations
  • Access to a network of like-minded professionals and experts in the field
  • Personal satisfaction from contributing to a more environmentally friendly and economically sustainable future


This Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course is designed to benefit professionals seeking to upskill themselves in climate change risk, adaptation measures, and low carbon innovation.

This GLOMACS Certificate in Blue and Circular Economy training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Business leaders and executives who want to understand the impact of climate change on their businesses and the opportunities and challenges it presents.
  • Sustainability Professionals who want to learn how to mitigate the business risks of climate change and oversee a transition to net zero emissions for long-term resilience and overall value.
  • Environmental Professionals who want to learn how to identify and implement solutions to mitigate, adapt to, or reverse climate change and its impacts on society globally.
  • Investors who want to learn how to use markets and business skills to identify and implement solutions to mitigate, adapt to, or reverse climate change and its impacts on society globally.
Course Outline


Introduction to Blue and Circular Economy

  • Introduction to Blue and Circular Economy
    • Definition and principles
    • Importance in addressing environmental challenges
  • The Business Case for Blue and Circular Economy
    • Cost-saving opportunities
    • Market expansion potential
  • Life Cycle Thinking and Assessment
    • Understanding life cycle stages
    • Environmental impact assessment
  • Sustainable Supply Chains
    • Key principles of sustainable supply chains
    • Responsible sourcing and ethical considerations
  • Policy and Regulatory Frameworks
    • Overview of relevant policies and regulations
    • Navigating compliance requirements


Circular Economy

  • Circular Design and Innovation
    • Principles of circular design
    • Design thinking for sustainability
  • Resource Efficiency and Waste Management
    • Strategies for minimizing resource consumption
    • Waste reduction and management practices
  • Sustainable Business Models
    • Exploring innovative business models aligned with blue and circular economy principles
    • Identifying revenue streams and value creation opportunities
  • Circular Economy Metrics and Indicators
    • Key performance indicators for circularity
    • Tracking and measuring circular economy progress
  • Circular Supply Chain Management
    • Reverse logistics and closed-loop systems
    • Collaboration and partnerships for circularity
  • Technology and Digital Solutions for Circular Economy
    • Leveraging technology for resource optimization
    • Internet of Things (IoT) applications in circular economy


Blue Economy  

  • Blue Economy Principles and Opportunities
    • Introduction to the blue economy concept
    • Sustainable practices related to oceans and marine resources
  • Sustainable Tourism and Coastal Management
    • Sustainable practices in the tourism industry
    • Coastal zone management and preservation
  • Ocean Pollution and Marine Conservation
    • Understanding the impact of pollution on oceans
    • Strategies for marine conservation and protection
  • Sustainable Aquaculture and Fisheries
    • Principles of sustainable aquaculture
    • Responsible fishing practices
  • Renewable Energy from the Ocean
    • Overview of ocean energy sources (e.g., tidal, wave, and offshore wind)
    • Harnessing ocean energy for sustainable power generation
  • Blue Economy and Sustainable Business Opportunities
    • Identifying blue economy business opportunities
    • Investment trends in blue economy sectors


Practical Examples of Circular Economy

  • Circular Economy in the Built Environment
    • Sustainable design and construction practices
    • Circular principles in building materials and infrastructure
  • Waste-to-Value: Recycling and Upcycling
    • Recycling processes and technologies
    • Upcycling and creative reuse of materials
  • Circular Fashion and Textiles
    • Sustainable practices in the fashion industry
    • Circular design in textile production
  • Sustainable Product Packaging
    • Eco-friendly packaging materials and designs
    • Innovations in sustainable packaging
  • Circular Electronics and E-Waste Management
    • Sustainable practices in electronics manufacturing
    • E-waste recycling and management
  • Circular Cities and Urban Resilience
    • Circular economy strategies for cities
    • Circular urban planning and infrastructure


Impact Creation

  • Measuring Impact: Sustainability Reporting and Certifications
    • Sustainability reporting frameworks (e.g., GRI, SASB)
    • Environmental certifications (e.g., LEED, BREEAM)
  • Sustainable Procurement and Supplier Engagement
    • Sustainable procurement practices and criteria
    • Engaging suppliers in sustainability initiatives
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainable Leadership
    • Importance of stakeholder engagement in sustainable practices
    • Developing sustainability leadership skills
  • Financing the Transition: Green and Impact Investing
    • Introduction to green and impact investing
    • Funding options for sustainability initiatives
  • Circular Economy Policy Advocacy
    • Engaging with policymakers and advocating for circular economy policies
    • Collaborating with industry associations and organizations
  • Creating an Action Plan for Sustainable Transformation
    • Integrating course learnings into an actionable sustainability plan
    • Setting goals, targets, and implementation strategies
  • On successful completion of this training course, GLOMACS Certificate will be awarded to the delegates
  • Continuing Professional Education credits (CPE) : In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsor, one CPE credit is granted per 50 minutes of attendance
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