In alignment with the Singapore MICE Sustainability Roadmap’s vision, SACEOS and NTUC LearningHub have teamed up to develop the Certified Event Sustainability (CES) accreditation to raise sustainability standards across the industry.
This marks Singapore’s maiden venture into creating a sustainability-focused accreditation for the tourism and events sectors.
It not only echoes the sentiments of the Singapore Green Plan 2030 but also aligns with the broader vision of creating a sustainable Singapore, as outlined in the Singapore MICE Sustainability Roadmap.
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WHAT IS CES
Certified Event Sustainability (CES) is an accreditation recognised By-the-Industry-For-the-Industry. The display of this exclusive badge alongside your name indicates your dedication to your career inembracing and championing sustainability in the MICE and Business Events industry. Ensure currency and relevancy of professional knowledge. This can be achieved either by completing the two remaining elective modules or by attending SACEOS-accredited conferences.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Event Organisers, Venue Owners/Operators, Service Providers (Stand Builders & F&B Caterer, Freight Forwarders), including the Eco-System for MICE & Business Events. Business Events industry. Ensure currency and relevancy of professional knowledge. This can be achieved either by completing the two remaining elective modules or by attending SACEOS-accredited conferences.
Modular Structure: The programme consists of two core modules and one elective module. Upon completing each module, participants will earn a Statement of Attainment (SOA), certified by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).
Path to Accreditation: Professionals are required to finish all modules within a 12-month frame to qualify for the CES accreditation, which will remain valid for three years. The CES accreditation is also required for MICE Sustainability Certification (MSC) which will be rolled out in Y2024.
Renewal Process: The renewal demands 12 to 15 hours of continuing education units to ensure currency and relevancy of professional knowledge. This can be achieved either by completing the two remaining elective modules or by attending SACEOS-accredited conferences.
Sustainability in MICE: Unlocking the New Horizon
• Rise of Sustainability• Leading Sustainability in the New Economy• Sustainable Supply-Chain & Stakeholder Management• Strategising for Opportunities & Challenges in Events• Sustainability Assessment & Reporting
This module offers a comprehensive insight into sustainability, aiding professionals in framework planning, managing, and reporting.
Sustainability in Tourism and Event Operations
• Understanding Sustainability Concepts and Frameworks• Championing Sustainability in Tourism & Events• Waste Management (WA3)• Carbon Neutral Events (WA4)• Delivering World Class Sustainable Experiences
To inculcate sustainable practices in tourism and event operations by highlighting their impacts on the environment and the community.
Individual allows to choose either of the following modules. These elective modules will bolster the core teachings, enabling professionals to foster a holistic approach to