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 education@ciwm.co.uk.

Member Webinars

Open Webinars

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.  

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 education@ciwm.co.uk

If you’d like to be considered as a host or panellist for one of our webinars, please email us at education@ciwm.co.uk.

Local Authorities Webinar Series

Recycle Now Webinar: Social Norming is working

This webinar from Recycle Now will launch its new campaign for local authorities, showcasing how it is based on behavioural insights, incorporating a new layer to its social norming approach.
In addition to the new campaign and approach Recycle Now will showcase its latest communication assets that have been developed to help local authorities with upcoming service changes for dry and food recycling.

Find out more and book your place.

Craig Stephens and Jackie Bailey, Consumer Marketing and Campaigns Managers, WRAP
Both Craig and Jackie possess many years experience in the sector delivering numerous behaviour change campaigns driving positive recycling behaviours.

Rosalyn Murphy, Senior Circular Economy Officer for Essex County Council will also be speaking about Behaviour Change. If local authorities want to transition to a circular economy, resident buy-in will be essential. Over the course of the BLUEPRINT to a Circular Economy Project, 78000 people will be engaged and challenged to reduce the amount of waste they produce and embrace circular economy principles in their own homes. This will be achieved through a variety of behaviour change pilots led by our local authority partners, and it will identify the most successful ways in which to engage with residents.

Book your place.


Headline Sponsors


Alternative Vehicles and Fuels - Site Visit
23 November

Food waste collections - Webinar

The Climate Emergency - Webinar

The waste sector will no longer be able to use red diesel for on-site vehicles after April 2022, so what’s the practical alternative(s) for ‘heavy-duty yellow plant’?

This webinar will explore both national and international best practice in food waste collections and how it can be subsequently treated.  In this webinar we'll bring together LAs who have declared a climate emergency to discuss their plans and share learnings.
Contract Management - Webinar
Safe disposal of Batteries - Webinar

With many LAs waiting on the governments response to the Big-Three, this webinar will explore; how will future Policy changes such as EPR, DRS and collection consistency affect current contractual arrangements?

 With 60,000 individual battery collection points across the UK, this webinar will look at how capture can be increased and ways to reduce the risks of fire at the same time.






Access Past Webinar Recordings

Recordings from past webinars are available in the CIWM Knowledge Centre. Simply filter by "Webinar" in the Article type menu to see the latest recordings

If you would like to speak to a member of our Professional Development Team about webinars, you can contact them by:

Telephone: 01604 620426

Email: education@ciwm.co.uk

If you are interested in co-hosting a Company Webinar with CIWM, please contact Ginny Thacker on 01604 823346 or email ginny.thacker@ciwm.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for a CIWM webinar?

Follow the link by clicking on the name of the webinar you are interested in - you will be prompted to enter your name and email address. 

How do I know if I am registered?

You will be sent an automated email with the details you need to access the webinar on the assigned date and time.

I can't attend the webinar but would like to receive the recording and slides after the webinar, how do I do this?

Register for the webinar in the normal way - you will then be sent a 'Sorry you were unable to attend' email which will contain a link to the recording

Can I send my registration confirmation email to a friend or colleague for them to attend the webinar?

No this is personal to you. They will need to register separately.

What's the best way to listen to a webinar?

A headset plugged into your computer is the best way as the sound is much clearer and won't cost you anything (data charges may apply if joining via a mobile device - check with your internet provider) but you can join by telephone using the dial in and PIN number provided in your registration confirmation email.

How can I find out about upcoming webinars?

Check back on the Member Webinar page on the CIWM website as new webinars will be added here as they are confirmed. Or keep your eye on the weekly News Online and Journal Online emails as they will also be advertised on there. If you are a member of LinkedIn or Twitter be sure to follow CIWM as they will be posted on there too.

Are there webinars available for non-members?

Yes these will be advertised on the CIWM website and social media (LinkedIn and Twitter). The webinars advertised on the Members Webinars page are for members only.

I am interested in a specific topic that I think would be useful as a webinar. How do I contact you about this?

We are always interested to hear about current 'hot topics'. Email your suggestion to education@ciwm.co.uk

I would like to be involved in a webinar as a panellist. How can I do this?

Email education@ciwm.co.uk with your details including your area of specialism or telephone the Education & Training Team on 01604 620426

My company would like to co-host a webinar with CIWM. How do I go about this?

Contact Ginny Hunter or Mark Norton on 01604 620426, they will be happy to discuss the process with you.

If you can't find the answer to your question get in touch with us at education@ciwm.co.uk or telephone the Education & Training Team on: 01604 620426