Course Overview Wild Asia’s Academy for Sustainable Management is a leadership programme for owners and manager of oil palm. This course has been designed to prepare participants to be both RSPO- and MSPO-ready by giving them the tools, understanding and practical examples to help them understand how to incorporate sustainable management in their own operations.
Course Overview This professional management course has been designed to allow group administrators to understand the WAGS Management System. The course should provide an understanding of the management approach and the tools/methods used by the management system. Who is this Course for The course is designed for group administrators. The course is conducted in English and
Course Overview This professional training course has been designed to allow practitioners to develop an understanding of High Conservation Values (HCV) and its application in Global Sustainability Certification Standards. This course will be a prerequisite to providing the foundation for being a licensed HCV Assessor or for more advanced practitioners. The course provides a detailed
Course Overview Endorsed by the RSPO, this course provides the foundation knowledge to understand the RSPO Principles and Criteria. It focuses on the interpretation of the RSPO Principles and Criteria and provides a bridge to relevant supplementary materials and current discussions spearheaded by the RSPO Working Groups. The course is built on the RSPO core
Course Overview Endorsed by the RSPO, this is a foundation-level course which provides an overview of the RSPO Certification System. This course will provide the necessary background to help in understanding what is the RSPO certification system. The course is built on the RSPO core documentation available and is presented in both lectures, video commentary
Course Overview This course is a primer on palm oil and its global context. The course aims to provide a clear, non-technical overview of the palm oil industry and its impacts on our planet, ecology and economy. Jargon and technical terminology is avoided, as are detailed explanations or methodologies. Instead, this course is designed to
Course Overview The course begins by exploring why the use of chemicals is controversial and questions the needs for the use of chemicals. This will be a good opportunity to review what chemicals are being used today in your own operations. There may, however, be situations when chemicals will be used and the second part