Welcome to CIWM Webinars
CIWM delivers an extensive programme of webinars on a variety of topics throughout the year. As well as being a source of knowledge and information, these webinars also provide valuable opportunities to enhance and update your CPD or SLD records.
If you have any questions about our webinars, have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions section at the bottom of this page. If you can't find the answer you’re looking for, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Open webinars are available to both members and non-members and places are available on a first come, first served basis. To register for one of the open webinars below, simply click on the registration link in the description.
Challenges in procuring for future legislative changes: How to build a resilient service
Waste managers in Local Authorities need to be aware of how imminent reforms could impact their arrangements with private sector suppliers – and how best to cope with change.
This webinar will cover how best to enter into fresh contracts or vary existing contracts with waste-management companies in light of any new Collection and Packaging Reforms (CPR) legislation, without breaking public contracts regulations (PCRs) – the procurement rules which govern how public sector bodies must enter into contracts for the purchase of goods, services (including the procurement of waste services) or construction works.
The webinar will also offer ideas of how the public sector and its waste contractors can work collaboratively to find solutions.
Facilitated by the CIWM Midlands Centre, this takes place on Monday 20th November from 12:00pm - 13:00pm. You can register here.
Kirstin Roberts - Freeths (Host)
Shireen Eliyas - Freeths (Complaint variation of contracts under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015)
Jacqui Ager - London Borough of Havering (Case Study of Challenges in procuring for future legislative changes: How to build a resilient service).
David Wood - Suez (The contractor's perspective).
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Waste Management in the Construction Industry: An Introduction to the Building Blocks
Getting the basics of waste management correct is the start of any successful project, this webinar will help set the scene in understanding when a material is deemed to be a waste, the associated legislation and potential consequences, and an overview of how CD&E waste types should be managed, especially regarding sampling and classification.
As the first in a dedicated series on waste management in the construction, demolition & excavation sector led by CIWM Cymru Centre, this introductory webinar will provide an overview of the considerations that are required to be given to identifying waste materials, the classification mechanisms which need to be considered and the legal frameworks that need to be adhered to.
Join Rachel Hill, Senior Waste Management Consultant within RSK Geoscience’s Waste and Resources team as she shares her extensive knowledge and experiences within the space.
Make sure you don’t miss out on attending on 22 November from 13:00 – 13:45 - click here to register!
Waste Management in the Construction Industry: Building a Better Tomorrow
This webinar will delve into the practical resource and waste management options available to professionals in the CD&E sector, including material reuse routes such as DoWCoP Material Management Plans and Deposit for Recovery Permits, considering the most efficient and carbon friendly disposal routes, and helpful mechanisms to reduce waste disposal.
In this second CIWM Cymru Centre webinar, attendees will also look at where waste management in the CD&E sector is heading including waste as a resource, carbon reduction and upcoming legislation changes.
Taking place on 29 November from 13:00 – 14:00 - secure your place here.
Future CIWM Webinars
We’re eager to find out what topics you’re interested in and what the ‘Hot Topics’ are that everyone is talking about. If you’d like to suggest a specific theme or topic for a webinar, please get in touch and let us know what you would like to hear about in the coming months. Contact us with your suggestions at email@example.com
If you’d like to be considered as a host or panellist for one of our webinars, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.