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There are 3 different types of industry engagements that the Confronting Climate Change project is offering; each

with a specific target audience and intended outcome. The workshops are presented at a subsidised fee and spaces
are limited therefore booking is essential. Additional workshops can be arranged over and above those listed below.
These workshops can however not be presented at the subsidised fee. Please contact us for more information.

2016 INDUSTRY BENCHMARK WORKSHOPS
Expected Timeframe: Approximately a 3 hour session
What will you be doing? During the workshop, the technical team will run through the carbon calculator tool in a
step-by-step manner, and the audience will be guided through the process and will input their data into the offline
data capture tool. Provided the necessary data is brought to the workshop, the carbon footprint can be completed
during the 3 hour session and the results will be generated shortly thereafter.
What to bring to the workshop? Your data, your laptop (with power cables & extension leads) and a fresh mind!
Full data requirements will be outlined in the guidance material that will be sent through to confirmed attendees. It
is advisable that the necessary data is gathered beforehand and brought to the workshop.
Cost: The workshop will be presented at a subsidised fee of R450 per person. Once you have confirmed your
attendance the payment details will be sent to you. It is required that payment be made prior to the start of the
workshop. When confirming your attendance, please provide us with your invoicing details.
Outcome to be achieved: The audience will have the required tools to complete their carbon footprint for the
year, the results of which can be used for marketing and/or management requirements. The CCC team will gain
access to a data set that is accurate and representative of the industry, to be used as part of the industry
benchmarking analysis. The identity of any individual’s data will remain confidential.

2016 Technical Benchmark workshops
DATE

TIME

TOWN

21 June 2016

9:00 – 12:00

Ceres

20 July 2016

9:00– 12:00 (Fruit)

Stellenbosch

20 July 2016

1:00-4:00 (Wine)

Stellenbosch

3 August 2016

1:00-4:00

Kakamas

7 September 2016

9:00 – 12:00

De Doorns

18 October 2016

1:00-4:00

Brits/Rustenburg

20 October 2016

1:00-4:00

Hectorspruit

26 October 2016

10:00-1:00

Citrusdal

2 November 2016

9:00 – 12:00

Kirkwood

2016 TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOPS
There are also specifically targeted TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOPS available which offer detailed technical
training on the details of the carbon footprint tool, data collection process and common questions.

Targeted audience: Individuals within export companies, Department of Agriculture extension officers, industry
association technicals staff or interns/students who will be able to assist the growers within their region with the
details of the CCC tool. You are required to be committed to service your organization, grower base or supply chain
and have your name and contact details placed on the CCC website as a resource for your organisation and/or
supply-chain.

What will you be doing? During the workshop, the technical team will run through the carbon calculator tool in a
step-by-step manner, and the audience will be guided through the process. You will be required to complete a
competency test and after the correct completion of the test you will receive a competency certificate. Support will
be provided during and after the workshop with the completion of the test.

What to bring to the workshop? Your data, your laptop (with power cables & extension leads) and a fresh mind!
Preparation: Please download and read through the CCC data collection guidance document available on the
following website: www.climatefruitandwine.co.za.

Time: full day training
Cost: The workshop will be presented at a fee of R1250 per person. Once you have confirmed your attendance the
payment details will be sent to you. It is required that payment be made prior to the start of the workshop. When
confirming your attendance, please provide us with your invoicing details.

Outcome: CCC accredited trainer certificate as well as a resource base within the industry.
DATE

TIME

TOWN

22 June 2016

8:30-4:30

Ceres

21 July 2016

8:30-4:30

Stellenbosch

4 August 2016

8:30-4:30

Kakamas

19 October 2016

8:30-4:30

Brits/Rustenburg

1 November 2016

8:30-4:30

Kirkwood

2016 EMERGING FARMERS INFORMATION SESSIONS
The EMERGING FARMER TRAINING SESSIONS (2) offer technical training in the use of the carbon footprint
calculator, specifically tailored for emerging farmers.

Target audience: interested members from small scale farming operations or developing agricultural companies.
Time: three hour session
What will you be doing? During the workshop, the technical team will run through the carbon calculator tool in a
step-by-step manner, and the audience will be guided through the process and will input their data into the offline
data capture tool.
What to bring to the workshop? Your data, your laptop (with power cables & extension leads) and a fresh mind!
Full data requirements will be outlined in the guidance material that will be sent through to confirmed attendees. It
is advisable that the necessary data is gathered beforehand and brought to the workshop.
Cost: These workshops are fully subsidized by industry and the Western Cape Department of Agriculture.
Outcome to be achieved: The audience will have the required tools to complete their carbon footprint for the
year, the results of which can be used for marketing and/or management requirements. The CCC team will gain
access to a data set that is accurate and representative of the industry, to be used as part of the industry
benchmarking analysis. The identity of any individual’s data will remain confidential.

Dates and venues: To be decided, but please indicate already now if you are interested so that we may list your
contact details. Please send names and contact details of interested emerging farmers to Anél Blignaut.

To confirm your attendance or find out more information about any of these
workshops, please contact the project team: Anél Blignaut (anel@bluenorth.co.za)
Website: www.climatefruitandwine.co.za Twitter: @Confrontclimate