Tackle climate change through participating in our Professional education courses

These two- or multiple-day programmes for experienced professionals offer the chance to take climate action through enhancing your knowledge and understanding of specific issues related to climate change. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and real-life cases and challenges, a holistic view on the numerous topics in the climate change arena is presented and change makers are equipped with the tools to make a positive impact on our climate.

Climate-KIC Professional education courses are international, stimulating and practitioner-oriented. Instead of merely focusing on the provision of theoretical knowledge, the programmes highlight the development of practical skills, cross-disciplinary thinking and action.

REGISTRATIONS ARE STILL OPEN FOR PAYING PARTICIPANTS (DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYEES OF PUBLIC BODIES, EMPLOYEES OF CLIMATE-KIC PARTNERS, EMPLOYEES OF NGOs, CLIMATE-KIC ALUMNI AND PARTICIPANTS OF THE CLIMATE-KIC CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL TEST PHASE IN 2015).

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Background

The mission of Climate-KIC is to bring together, inspire and empower a dynamic community to build a zero carbon economy and climate resilient society. We aim to combat climate change with product and service innovation opportunities that can be subsequently exploited to produce innovations. The Professional education courses will equip experienced professionals with the necessary competencies and capabilities to be the agents of change in their own environment.

Who is it for?

The Professional education courses are for experienced professionals that have a background in the thematic focus of the specific course. We are looking for participants with a strong focus on climate change adaptation and mitigation and with the enthusiasm and potential to influence organisational change.