Switching to the Circular Economy: MODOS Training for D8 Businesses

Dublin City Council and The Digital Hub are partnering to provide Dublin 8-based SMEs an opportunity to adapt their business to the circular economy

15.04.21

Business

Would you like to grow your business in a more environmentally sustainable way? Would you like to take advantage of the opportunities of a switch to the circular economy?

MODOS is a circular economy training programme for micro, small and medium size enterprises. The circular economy is all about shifting business away from the current ‘take-make-waste’ approach to a more efficient and environmentally sustainable future where products, components and materials are kept in use for as long as possible. Supply and production chains in the circular economy operate in ‘closed-loops’ making them less wasteful and more resilient and saving businesses and customers money. Adopting circular economy principles can help your business:

  • Save money, reduce waste and increase resilience.
  • Boost competitive advantage and brand reputation.
  • Unlock new business opportunities that also help the environment.

Now Dublin City Council and the Waste Management Plan Lead Authority (WMPLA) is partnering with The Digital Hub to offer a MODOS programme tailored for businesses here in Dublin 8.

The MODOS Training for Dublin 8 Businesses offers:

  • Four weekly modules of online learning starting in June
  • Modules focused on regulations and policy, sustainable financing, adapting your supply chain, greening your operations, and customer expectations
  • Learn with the aid of relevant case studies
  • A follow-up one-on-one mentoring session with industry professionals
  • Course cost €75

This MODOS training programme is targeted at small and medium enterprises and businesses in south west city area. Places are limited.

Training modules

1)       Circular Economy 101 – Tuesday 1st June from 9.30 to 13.30

2)       CE in your supply chain – Wednesday 9th June from 9.30 to 13.30

3)       CE in your operations – Tuesday 15th June from 9.30 to 13.30

4)       CE and customer engagement – Tuesday 22nd June from 9.30 to 13.30

5)       Close-out (1 hour wrap up) – Tuesday 29th June from 9.30 to 10.30

Following the training session, the trainers provide a 1-hour face-to-face mentoring with participants to discuss the learning outcomes and how it might be applied to their business.

Cost:  A nominal fee will be charged for the programme to ensure participants value the training and to go towards the cost of running the programme. The cost is €75 for all 4 modules, payable when businesses book their place. Please use this link to make payments via the Dublin City Local Enterprise Office website: https://www.localenterprise.ie

How to Apply: Please complete and return the Application Form below to register your interest.

FAQs:  Find details on the course content and answers to questions you may have below.

Contact:  For any other enquiries or questions about the MODOS Dublin 8 programme, please contact stephen.coyne@dublincity.ie

General information on the MODOS programme can be found at www.modos.ie.

 

Switching to the Circular Economy: MODOS Training for D8 Businesses

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