FSC Australia Knowledge Tree Events

Future Events announced.

FSC Knowledge Tree Series - Sydney and MelbourneThe FSC Knowledge Tree Series has been incredibly successful, and now contains Four sessions:
"Getting to know FSC"
"Introduction to FSC and effective stakeholder engagement"
"Introduction to Green Star and FSC Project Certification" and the more in depth
"Achieving & Keeping Chain of Custody Certification".

Below are a list of currently scheduled events.


Upcoming FSC Knowledge Tree Events

Introduction Green Star and FSC Project Certification
New dates 
Tuesday the 20th November - Melbourne, Victoria
Tuesday the 27th November - Sydney, New South Wales

New dates
Achieving and Keeping FSC Chain of Custody Workshop
Tuesday the 20th November - Melbourne, Victoria
Tuesday the 27th November - Sydney, New South Wales
Thursday the 4th December - Auckland, New Zealand

FSC Trademark Use.
Thursday the 4th December - Auckland, New Zealand

Introduction to FSC and effective stakeholder engagement
None scheduled at this stage

Introduction to FSC
None scheduled at this stage

Achieving & Keeping Chain of Custody Certification

  • Interested in becoming FSC certified 
  • or want to maximise the value of your existing certification?
  • ‘Achieving & Keeping Chain of Custody Certification’ is a practical workshop designed to help you to understand FSC Certification and avoid the common mistakes.
  • Discover how can you benefit from Chain of Custody Certification & selling FSC Certified Products.
  • Train new staff or contractors on the requirements of the FSC Chain of Custody Standard, & help meet training requirements.

Introduction to Green Star and FSC Project Certification

  • Are you in the architecture, construction, timber supply, development or contract industry?
  • Understand FSC and how to gain competitive advantage with FSC
  • Learn about working on a Green Star job and supplying or specifying FSC Certified Products
  • Discover how to find FSC Certified products 
  • Learn how to meet the due diligence requirements of the Illegal Logging Act
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