Futurepast Virtual Classroom
ISO 14064 Part 3 2nd edition
Training for organizations, verifiers and oversight bodies on the new 2019 version of ISO 14064 Part 3. This is a three-day virtual training that will cover an introduction to ISO 14064:2019 Part 3, reasonable assurance, limited assurance, validation in GHG projects, mixed engagements and guidance for accreditation body assessors. This course is taught by an expert who helped write ISO 14064-3 (both 2006 and 2019 editions).
If you are looking for a collaborative and interactive learning experience with real-time interaction with the instructor, then our three-day virtual classroom is the right option for you. In our virtual classroom, you will have the opportunity to connect with others in the field and learn from their questions as well as yours. You’ll receive immediate feedback from quizzes and will complete a summative assessment after each module. In accordance with ASTM E2659-18, a certificate will be awarded to individuals who successfully complete the course and pass the module exams.
The virtual course will be run through Microsoft Teams and the summative assessments will be taken through Thinkific.
We currently do not have any training dates scheduled for our ISO 14064:2019 Part 3 virtual courses. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a group of four or more and would like to schedule a training.
You will receive instruction from a leading expert. Our courses are authored by Dr. John Shideler. John served as an expert to the three ISO working groups that developed ISO 14064 Parts 1 and 3, and ISO 14067. John has more than ten years’ experience as an accredited verifier and validator. He currently serves as chairman of ISO TC207 Subcommittee 4 on Environmental Performance Evaluation, and as a member of the ISO Technical Management Board’s Climate Change Coordination Task Force. He is the Climate Services Manager for NSF, an accredited third-party verification and validation body.
The course will run for three, eight hour days. There will be short mid-morning and afternoon breaks and a one-hour lunch break.
Futurepast’s Virtual Classroom training course is $1,495.
Prior to starting the course, please read ISO 14064:2019 Part 3. This standard may be purchased either from your national member body (see list with contact information here), from the ISO standards store [English, French only], or from the American Society for Quality.
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Library of Resources
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Virtual Classroom Code of Conduct
In order to provide a welcoming and effective learning environment for all students, Futurepast expects students enrolled in its courses to observe certain standards of behavior. Students should:
- Address the instructor and other students in a respectful way
- Participate actively while leaving time for others to speak and ask questions
- Limit questions and comments to the subject matters under discussion
Futurepast may set a threshold number of participants for a virtual training course and cancel the course if a minimum number of participants do not enroll. Cancellations will be announced at least one week prior to the scheduled course.
Futurepast will refund fees for any virtual training course that it cancels.
You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 14 days before a scheduled course begins. If you cancel your registration later than 14 days before the scheduled training dates but before 7 days before the scheduled training dates, we will refund 50% of your training fee. No refunds will be made to persons who cancel their registration later than 7 days before the scheduled training dates.
Other Terms and Conditions
Virtual classroom presentation materials are intended for the single use of the person enrolled in the course and may NOT be transferred to or shared with additional persons.
Futurepast Inc. Appeals Policy
An appeal may be submitted when a student believes a grade was miscalculated by the instructor. To file an appeal, please e-mail Futurepast’s Training Manager at email@example.com.
The appeal must be submitted no later than 30 calendar days after the certificate issuance date.
Futurepast maintains objectivity and impartiality when delivering training services.
Futurepast does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, admission policies, administration of training policies, hiring and firing of staff, selection of subcontractors, and provision of services.
Futurepast is committed to providing an inclusive environment for all members of its staff and subcontractors, and for the clients it serves.
For questions about the courses we offer, or any other inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org