Our training courses

Smart Freight Centre's vision is an efficient and zero-emissions global freight and logistics sector. Our role is to guide companies on their journey, and one way we do this is through training.

1. Introduction to Sustainable Logistics (e-training)

This e-course is designed for anyone who wants to understand the basics of sustainable logistics. You will learn how to assess the greenhouse gas emissions of your company’s logistics, set science-based targets, develop solutions to become low-carbon and collaborate with your logistics partners. The course duration is 2-3 hours and can be taken at your preferred time.

2. Drive the Decarbonization of Logistics

Are you curious about the various elements needed to lead logistics decarbonization in your organization? The course will approach logistics decarbonization through a change leadership perspective, applying learnings from change management, leadership and stakeholder engagement to turn your organization’s decarbonization ambitions and plans into real, measurable action.

3. Develop your Sustainable Logistics Roadmap

Build up and improve your company specific roadmap to net zero-emissions through our 10-session live webinar training course, using our 4 steps: where are we now, where are we going, how do we get there and what do we need. Kick-off March 2023.

4. GLEC Framework e-training

Apply and understand the basics of calculating and reporting of GHG emissions for your global supply chain in our 3-hour e-training. It covers the essence of how to calculate according to the GLEC Framework and why this is important.

5. Calculate and Report with the GLEC Framework

This live-training will be organized as a 3-part practical workshop where you will learn how to calculate and report your company’s GHG Logistics emissions in accordance with the GLEC Framework. This training is intended for anyone having completed the GLEC Framework e-training and looking to assess their company’s supply chain emissions. The live-training will take place in the first quarter of 2023.