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Next 2-day AGF Sustainability Assessors Training: Groningen, NL, January 2020

Drawing on a decade of assessing festivals and events around the globe, the award-winning A Greener Festival offers an engaging 2-day intensive course on the topic of Event Sustainability in Groningen.  If you are an event organiser? Someone interested in improving your sustainability management? Or seeking employment within the sustainability event sector? A Greener Festival Assessors training is essential.

Join us to enrich your knowledge of eco-friendly methods and develop strategies to make events more sustainable. With tutelage from pioneers in the field, you can acquire insights regarding how we impact the environment, how we can assess event sustainably and set a standard best practice for events to operate. Use your experience with a greener festival to create a greener, cleaner and smarter events space in 2020.

Here is all the essential information you need to attend and register for our 2-day sustainability training course.

To register email us on training@agreenerfestival.com  

                                                                Glastonbury’s decoration using old tyres. Photo by Lauren Sharbel-Fahey.

 

When? 

Classroom Training Dates:

14th / 15th January 2020 – FIRST TIME alongside our friends Eurosonic

Where?

De Oosterpoort, Trompsingel 27,9724 DA Groningen, NL

Accommodation

If you would like to attend here is our recommended place accommodation.

Who is this course for?

Designed as Stage 1 training for auditors to complete assessments at festivals and events on behalf of the A Greener Festival Awards. This training course is also relevant for those wishing to work in event sustainability, event organisers and those seeking to improve the sustainability of their event management.

What topics are covered?

  • Legal Framework and Policy
  • Local Impacts and Risks
  • Sustainable Procurements
  • Travel & Transport
  • Event Power
  • Solid Waste & Recycling
  • Water usage, Waste Water and Sewerage
  • The Circular Festival
  • Behaviour & Communication
  • AGF Assessment Familiarisation & Post Event Reporting

Learning will be supported by the use of case studies drawn from real events.

If you want to get the full understanding of these and many other sustainability topics and take total control of the sustainability of your event, venue or service, sign up to AGF’s upcoming training courses: 14 and 15 of January 2020, In-class training course first time alongside Eurosonic or 10 February 2020, Online course through Falmouth University