Process Factory specialises in supporting the business model transformation towards sustainability. The company is the first ZDHC accredited training provider in Italy for chemical management.
Training for Change
For companies from the fashion supply chain that decide to begin a process of specific training on Chemical Management, an excellent opportunity is represented by the ZDHC - Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals training programme.
Process Factory is the first ZDHC accredited training provider in Italy, and regularly collaborates with the organisation for the development of new face-to-face and webinar courses.
Since 2016, it has been organising dozens of highly professional sessions in the most important Italian fashion districts at both basic and advanced levels. The international certificate of Chemical Manager issued directly by ZDHC on passing the final exam has a validity of two years.
Here are five types of sessions that Process Factory is currently organising thanks to its unique experience in the classroom and the field:
1. ZDHC Introduction to Chemical Management
2. ZDHC Introduction to Chemical Management for Leather Tanneries
3. ZDHC Top 10 Issues of Chemical Management;
4. ZDHC Wastewater Management
5. CMS TIG
The duration and format of each session depends on the way in which it is administered: 4 or 8 hours in a single day for classroom-based sessions, 2-and-a-half-hour slots spread over three consecutive days for remote sessions.
As well as public sessions open to all companies in the fashion supply chain, there is also the possibility for each individual organisation to structure either face-to-face or remote private training sessions that are reserved exclusively for company staff and/or suppliers. These sessions, which are published on the ZDHC Academy platform, can be accessed exclusively by people indicated by the company, in accordance with an agenda defined in close collaboration with Process Factory. This is an opportunity which not only allows the training to be calibrated to specific goals, but also permits the direct involvement of company suppliers, maximising the advantages that only a process shared between the various components of the supply chain can really guarantee.
Contact: via Antonio da Noli 4/6, 50127Firenze – Italy
Name: Beatrice Santini