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Executive education

Having an understanding of our changing world is becoming a workplace essential, no matter your industry.

The CIET collaborates with industry and government to develop courses to upskill workers in the areas that matter most. Learn more about the courses we have previously offered, or sign up for a Curtin Credentials unit and get started right away!

Masterclass: ESG, Energy Transition and Carbon Accounting

Masterclass: ESG, Energy Transition and Carbon Accounting

March, May & October 2024
This masterclass series provides participants not only with the background to ESG and the regulatory frameworks which underpin it, but also strategies for ESG material risk identification, mitigation, measurement, and the reporting their ESG performance and outcomes in a meaningful way to stakeholders.

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Masterclass: Calculating Scope 3 Emissions

21 March 2024
This masterclass will cover the regulatory requirements and background to Scope 3 full value chain to progress the road to net zero. This one-day course forms part of the broader ESG, Energy Transition and Carbon Accounting suite of executive education programs.

Curtin Credentials: Environmental Social Governance

Curtin Credentials: Environmental Social Governance

Always accessible online.
Organisations have been making efforts to become more green, more ethical, culturally respectful, and more transparent with their operations. So why does good governance matter more now than ever before?

Curtin Credentials: Just Energy Transitions

Curtin Credentials: Just Energy Transitions

Always accessible online.
Affordable and clean energy is key to addressing climate change, but the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is complex. Not only is it a massive technological undertaking, it’s also a significant cultural and political challenge – one that is dependent on values, beliefs, ethics, behaviour and politics.

These educational opportunities are no longer open for registrations. Please contact Professor Nigar Sultana or Associate Professor Lien Duong to discuss the development of similar opportunities tailored to your organisation’s requirements.

Executive Education Masterclass: Carbon Accounting, Measurement and Reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions

Executive Education Masterclass: Carbon Accounting, Measurement and Reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions

Professor Nigar Sultana and Dr Harj Singh
This Masterclass provided practical step by step guidance around carbon emissions helping participants across a diverse range of industries in Western Australia, including General Managers, Senior Environmental Leads, Principal Policy/Approval Officers, Sustainability Officers and Managers for Statutory Reporting.

Building the ecosystem to support carbon market establishment

Building the ecosystem to support carbon market establishment

Targeted to 15 participants from the Vietnam Ministry of Finance.
[In collaboration with DFAT]

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Strengthening power system and market operations in the context of renewable energy

Targeted to 15 participants from the Vietnam National Load Dispatch Centre and Vietnam Electricity.
[In collaboration with DFAT]

Carbon market operation and cooperative mechanisms under the Paris Agreement

Carbon market operation and cooperative mechanisms under the Paris Agreement

Targeted to 25 participants from nine Vietnamese ministries including Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Planning and Investment.
[In collaboration with DFAT]