Training of Trainer (ToT) on Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP)

Part 1

UNIDO/RECP Programme in Indonesia organized two and a half days ToT on RECP in Jakarta, 9-11 August 2017 and Bandung, 14-16 August 2017 for its experts, partners, and staff. The in-depth training aimed to further strengthen and deepen the participants’ knowledge on RECP's tools, techniques, baseline data collection, compilation, as well as potential estimation and marketing of RECP effectively before arriving at RECP options/solutions.

18 participants attended the first series (out of five) of ToT for RECP professionals in Jakarta, and 32 participants in Bandung. The ToT planned to be followed by on-the-job training in at least two units for each participant to use the skills sharpened in this module. The second series on thematic topics will followed in September/October. The ToT was organized within the framework of the Indonesian Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Programme, implemented by UNIDO in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and Ministry of Industry, with funding support from the Government of Switzerland.

Part 2

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)/Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Programme in Indonesia organized the second Training of Trainer (ToT) on RECP in Jakarta, 12-13 October 2017 and attended by 25 participants for of project's experts, partners, and staff. The complete ToT is designed for 5 modules comprising introductory topic of RECP and specific RECP application for resource efficiency (material, energy, water) in various industrial sectors. The in-depth training aimed to further strengthen and deepen the participants’ knowledge on RECP's tools and techniques focused on baseline data collection and compilation for energy balance. The training also encouraged participants to be able to marketing RECP effectively before arriving at RECP options/solutions.

The third series on thematic topics will followed in November. The ToT was organized within the framework of the Indonesian RECP Programme, implemented by UNIDO in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) and Ministry of Industry (MoI), with funding support from the Government of Switzerland (SECO).

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