Summer Training Course on Circular Economy - Deadline extended
July 3-5, 2017
VIU Campus, San Servolo Island, Venice, Italy
Venice International University and ACR+ are pleased to offer the Summer Training Course on Circular Economy: Policies and Practices.
This training course is meant to provide civil servants (public administrations) and professionals (utilities and firms) with an overview on the EU Circular Economy policies and practices as well as with a practical guide for their implementation at national, regional and local level.
The course will include different sessions, such as
The final objective is to guide the participants in the development of concrete projects that can be implemented individually as well as jointly submitted for funding within EU, regional and national programmes.
Venice International University (VIU) is an international higher education and research center founded in 1995 and composed of 17 international Universities and institutions, ranging from the Far East (China and Japan) to the Far West (Usa and Québec) passing through the Mediterranean and Europe (Israel, Russia, Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Italy).
VIU developed together with ACR+ the agenda and hosts the training.
The Training will be held at the premises of the Venice International University (VIU) on the island of San Servolo in the Venice Lagoon and 10 minutes boat ride from Piazza San Marco.
If you wish staying on the San Servolo Campus, VIU has booked a slot of rooms (with private bathroom) for this event on Campus from July 2 to 5.
Please note that the accommodation on campus is managed by San Servolo Servizi Metropolitani (www.sanservolo.servizimetropolitani.ve.it/en/living-center)
Please note that this pre-booking is guaranteed only until April 2, after this date it is not ensured availability on campus.
Further accommodation options: www.univiu.org/viu-quick/hotel-reservations
Deadlines and applications
Euro 1000 + VAT (ACR+ affiliated)
Euro 1350 + VAT
An 8% discount will be applied to registration before March 3, 2017