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Training

  • Training Programs - Certificates

  • C101 GHG Accounting

    C101 GHG Accounting

    This certificate is for those interested in a through introduction to GHG accounting and the key standards and best practices in this area.

  • C102 Organizational GHG Management

    C102 Organizational GHG Management

    This certificate is for those focused solely on organizational and corporate GHG management, such as reporting carbon footprints and assessing the risks and opportunities of climate change to your organization.

  • C103 GHG Accounting and Verification

    C103 GHG Accounting and Verification

    This certificate is for those interested in a through introduction to GHG accounting and the key standards and best practices in this area, as well as rigorous training on verification of emission inventories and offset projects. Upon completion you will be prepared to actively engage in greenhouse gas management and markets and be an intelligent consumer of verification services.

  • C104 GHG Offset Projects

    C104 GHG Offset Projects

    This certificate is for those focused solely on carbon offset markets, such as the Clean Development Mechanism and Voluntary Carbon Standard. This program is appropriate for project developers, investors, buyers, consultants, and others who want to understand how these markets operate.

  • C201 Advanced GHG Accounting

    C201 Advanced GHG Accounting

    This certificate is for those who want to develop a deeper expertise not just in the practices and standards of GHG accounting, but also get into the methodological details of how to actually measure emissions and carbon sequestration. To truly consider yourself an expert, you must be knowledgeable on the methods used to calculate emissions.

  • C204 Advanced GHG Offset Projects

    C204 Advanced GHG Offset Projects

    This certificate is for those who want to develop a deeper expertise not just in the overall operation of carbon markets, but also in the methodological details of how to actually measure emission reductions and carbon sequestration. To truly consider yourself an expert on offsets, you must be knowledgeable on the methods used to calculate reductions and removals.

  • D301 GHG Verification and Advanced GHG Accounting

    D301 GHG Verification and Advanced GHG Accounting

    The GHG Verification and Advanced GHG Accounting dual certificate program consists of the following courses: 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting, 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting, 211 GHG Information Management Systems, 401 GHG Verification for Inventories and Projects.

  • D302 GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting

    D302 GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting

    The GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting dual certificate program consists of the following courses: 102 Introduction to Carbon Markets, 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting, 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting, 211 GHG Information Management Systems, 351 CDM/JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms.

  • D303 GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting

    D303 GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting

    The GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting dual certificate program consists of the following courses: 102 Introduction to Carbon Markets, 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting, 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting, 211 GHG Information Management Systems, 351 CDM /JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms.

  • T401 GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting and GHG Verification

    T401 GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting and GHG Verification

    The GHG Offset Projects and GHG Accounting and GHG Verification triple certificate program consists of the following courses: 102 Introduction to Carbon Markets, 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting, 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting, 211 GHG Information Management Systems, 351 CDM/JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms, 401 GHG Verification for Inventories and Projects.

  • T402 GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting and GHG Verification

    T402 GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting and GHG Verification

    The GHG Offset Projects and Advanced GHG Accounting and GHG Verification triple certificate program consists of the following courses: 102 Introduction to Carbon Markets, 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting, 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting, 211 GHG Information Management Systems, 351 CDM/JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms, 401 GHG Verification for Inventories and Projects.

  • Training Programs - Courses

  • 101 Introduction to Climate Change

    101 Introduction to Climate Change

    This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the basics of climate change. Providing a background of the scientific aspects of climate change, mitigation, policy and an overview of the carbon markets and economics. Introduction to Climate Change will provide you with an overview of the Earth system and how humans have influenced the change in climate.

  • 102 Introduction to Carbon Markets

    102 Introduction to Carbon Markets

    This course will provide a comprehensive overview of carbon markets, from their origins in global efforts to address climate change to the details of regional emissions trading programs. The lessons in this course will provide you with a general knowledge of climate change policy and the effects of treating greenhouse gas emissions (i.e., carbon) as a tradable commodity. It will expose you to details of Europe’s carbon trading programs and...

  • 201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting

    201 Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting

    Many organizations are starting to think about how to manage their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for a number of reasons: to minimize their impact on the planet, to prepare for regulation and address evolving disclosure requirements, to increase energy efficiency and/or to build their profile as an environmental leader.

  • 202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting

    202 Basics of Project-Level GHG Accounting

    This training course will cover the basics of GHG accounting for projects. The course material is based on ISO 14064: Part 2 GHG Standard for Projects and the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol for Projects. A personal ISO 14064: Part 2 license is issued to each learner as part of this course.

  • 211 GHG Information Management Systems

    211 GHG Information Management Systems

    This course will introduce fundamental concepts and processes for a GHG IMS in a project management framework from the early planning stages through system deployment. The purpose and objective of this course is to explain the fundamental concepts and processes for a GHG IMS, including project planning, identifying important organizational attributes and associated data to be monitored and measured, identifying critical GHG IMS functionality,...

  • 251 Corporate Climate Change Risk Disclosure

    251 Corporate Climate Change Risk Disclosure

    This course provides specific guidance to corporations on how to disclose the risks they and their investors face due to climate change.  The course uses the leading international reporting program, the Carbon Disclosure Project’s questionnaire, as a framework. The course is designed to accompany “Basics of Organizational GHG Accounting,” based on the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol for Corporate Accounting.  Together, these two...

  • 401 GHG Verification for Inventories and Projects

    401 GHG Verification for Inventories and Projects

    This training course for GHG verification of inventories and projects includes: An overview of existing GHG verification approaches such as ISO 14064 Part 3 and the UNFCCC Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Validation and Verification Manual. A step-by-step process to planning, executing and completing a GHG verification. Reference case studies including verification GHG inventory developed according to the WRI-WBCSD GHG Protocol for Corporate...

  • Professional Program

  • Code of Conduct

    Code of Conduct

    In March 2009, the the Institute released Version 1 of the Code of Conduct for its Members. The Code was developed with the active involvement of a Sub-Committee that was comprised of recognized experts from a broad spectrum of the GHG management field.  The process for the development of the Code took almost a year and involved an open and wide consultation with all relevant stakeholders.

  • Certification

    Certification

    In the face of significant growth in the demand for GHG services as a result of the rapid proliferation of GHG programs, standards and policies, the Intsitute’s professional certification is initiated to better serve GHG practitioners and the broader community that deals with the mitigation of GHG emissions and the enhancement of GHG removals.