Dates: 11 & 12 October 2023 (2 days)
Times: 9.00am-4.30pm each day approx (NZST)
Venue: Online (Via GotoMeeting)
Trainer: Dr Belinda Mathers (Toitū Envirocare)
Gain the skills to undertake Greenhouse Gas (GHG) audits efficiently and effectively and prepare audits reports and opinions.
This 2-day course covers the requirements of ISO 14064-3:2019 for auditing organisational inventories, and prepares participants to perform the complete audit process including:
- Auditing principles
- Audit team selection
- Preparing for audit
- Audit activities and techniques
- How much review is enough?
- Preparing audit reports and opinions
The course will include a mix of audit theory and practical activities.
Please note: For participants who do not have a sound working knowledge of ISO 14064-1 this course has a pre-requisite of the CEP Preparing a Carbon Inventory course or equivalent.
“This training has been invaluable for the continued professional development and training of our team to enable them to in turn support Southern businesses.”
Stephen Canny (General Manager Strategic Projects)
“Belinda is a fantastic presenter with a great amount of knowledge.”
Anastasiia Gilroy (Senior Quantity Surveyor and Project Manager)
NZ Environmental Management
“Even if you don’t want to be a Carbon Auditor, this course is very helpful for those developing GHG Inventories or helping others develop them, so they know where to concentrate their effort to achieve verification.”
Martin Garrood (Energy and Carbon Consultant)
This training prepares candidates for Carbon Auditor Certification.
Please note: Certification fees are not included in the Training fees, for full details of Certification requirement and fees please click here.
Who will benefit most from this training?
This is an introductory carbon auditor training course aimed at carbon professionals with a working knowledge of ISO 14064-1 who want to develop skills in auditing organisational GHG inventories.
When should you register?
Once we have confirmed delivery dates for this training course, we require a minimum of 6 registered attendees (maximum of 15 attendees per course). Please complete your online registration as soon as possible so we can secure the training delivery date.
If you require a letter of support to assist with funding approval, please contact the CEP Office.
Please read the Refund Policy before confirming your registration.