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15 October 2019, Leeds

Sustainable fashion

Training sessions can be tailored to individual company needs. This new course is designed for anyone involved in fashion, textiles, retail and buying who wishes to develop a clearer understanding of sustainability for the industry.

 The structure of the course is designed to provide an overview of the global and CSR challenges for the industry, and to explore how a company’s impact is distributed through the lifecycle of their products - from materials through to customer use and disposal. Through this approach we are able to provide insights into challenges the industry faces throughout the supply chain and to explore potential solutions and current best practice. We consider the way in which a company can develop their sustainability strategy and policies, which is becoming more and more important as investors, NGOs, media and customers are demanding higher sustainability standards.

Training sessions can be tailored to individual company needs to covered in more details specific issues such as animal welfare, dye houses and chemical management, microfibres and garment durability.

For further information, please contact Dinah Wharton, CPD Manager, School of Design, University of Leeds, at [email protected].

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