Ecoembes, Ecovidrio, the Governmet of Aragon and CIRCE lauch this 50-hour specialization course for the seventh consecutive year, which is already possible to pre-register
Leading professionals in the sector will present all the details of the value chain of the management of this type of waste

Ecoembes, Ecovidrio, the Government of Aragon and CIRCE launch a new edition of the already established free course on the integral management of packaging waste, which is now in its seventh edition. The training, free of charge and face-to-face, will begin on September 16 and end on November 7 and will be held two afternoons a week at the CIRCE facilities in Zaragoza (Dinamiza Business Park, 3D, 1st floor).

The 50-hour program will bring together all the technical, environmental, economic and social aspects that surround the sector, from the regulatory framework to the role of citizens in selective collection. The pre-registration period has already been opened and can be done until September 5 through the CIRCE website at www.fcirce.es/cursoresiduos.

The joint participation of different agents involved in this sector has made it possible to combine the details of the selective collection process in a single course. From the public administration, represented by the General Directorate of Sustainability of the Department of Rural Development and Sustainability of the Government of Aragon to a research center (CIRCE), through two organizations specialized in waste management (Ecoembes and Ecovidrio). In addition, the classes will include the participation of other professionals from various companies, institutions and associations from different parts of Spain.

The course is aimed at professionals with experience in companies and public administrations who wish to expand their knowledge in the integral waste management system, to university students or researchers, to professionals in the waste management sector, to professors, to unemployed and All those people who want to acquire specific knowledge in this field.

Students who pass the course will receive a diploma accrediting the completion of the course, issued by CIRCE. Over these six years, more than 250 students have specialized with this course, which is updated with each edition to adapt to the technical and administrative evolution of the sector.

As for its cost, it is a completely free study for students, since it is financed with the funds provided in the Framework Agreements between Ecoembes and Ecovidrio with the Government of Aragon. As a deposit, the selected students must pay 50 euros as a commitment to attend the course, which will be reimbursed after passing it.

REGISTRATIONS: www.fcirce.es/cursoresiduos