The Centre’s education and training program is being developed with input from all the Partners of the Centre - academia, industry and industry associations
Some of the themes to be covered include:
Specialised technical training in Green Chemistry: Utilising the skills within the Centre, including industry partners, Beyond Benign, University of Bath, and the experts in the partner universities, participants will receive training in the principles of green chemistry and green chemistry metrics, case studies of their application in industry, designing safer chemicals and basic toxicology and chemical engineering principles and scale-up issues.
General Industry and Employability Training: With input from the Industry Advisory Board, a program will be developed to provide the students with skills that industry expects HDR graduates to have when they enter the workplace. The training modules in this area will include: Project management, Personality Self-assessment, Sustainability and Social Licence to Operate, Managing chemical regulations in consumer products (Accord), Mind to market, IP & Innovation management, Basics of Marketing, Communication to different audiences/stakeholders, Supply chains /global business with focus on chemical commodities, Quality Assurance/Quality Control, Regulatory Requirements in the Manufacturing Industries, Intellectual Property and Patent Law.
Industrial Site Visits: Students shall have opportunity to visit manufacturing sites to learn of the issues encountered in different areas in manufacturing.