Training from the B2B Compliance specialists

Stay up to date with the latest regulatory changes and best practice

Our team of specialists provide regular, online training webinars that are free to attend. Providing an overview of the regulation detail that matters to you, updates that affect your business and market information that influences the cost of your compliance – our training is essential for all B2B Compliance members.

To book your place, simply click the links below.

B2B Compliance training


Review of the WEEE regulations training webinar

2pm, 20 September 2017

Join us for this annual training webinar to refresh your memory on the WEEE regulations, to get ready for re-registration and the upcoming data submissions.

This webinar will be beneficial for anyone involved in the producer responsibility WEEE regulations, both new starters and old hands. This webinar will not only be a good opportunity to refresh your memory, but also to start thinking about the 2019 changes that are coming.

As always, there will also be a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and to share your opinions.

If you can’t make the date but would like to listen to the recording, please sign up at the link below and you will automatically receive the link via email after the event.

Please give us a call on 0845 680 9829 if you have any questions about this webinar!

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Review of the Producer Responsibility Regulations training webinar

2pm, 12 October 2017

Join us for this annual webinar to look across the Producer Responsibility Regulations, focusing on what has changed and what is coming up for the next compliance year.

This webinar will be beneficial for those involved in the producer responsibility regulations for packaging, WEEE or batteries.

This webinar will not only be a good opportunity to refresh your memory and be aware of upcoming changes. There will be a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and to share your opinions.

If you can’t make the date but would like to listen to the recording, please sign up at the link below and you will automatically receive the link via email after the event.

Please give us a call on 0845 6809829 if you have any questions about this webinar.

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Producer Responsibility in the Republic of Ireland 

2pm, 8 November 2017

Do you want an introduction to producer responsibility compliance outside of the UK? Need to know more about obligations under WEEE, batteries and packaging legislation in the Republic of Ireland? Or are you looking for details on registration, data submission requirements and how B2B Compliance can support companies with international compliance?

We will be hosting a free webinar lasting approximately one hour, and covering:

  • Producer Responsibility in Europe: Legislation, key concepts and future policy
  • Understanding your obligations: What companies need to know when selling abroad
  • The Republic of Ireland: Producer definitions, requirements and options under WEEE, batteries and packaging regulations
  • Insights into compliance options for B2C and B2B producers
  • International Compliance Management – how we can help
  • Q&A

This webinar will be relevant for anyone exporting to or selling in the Republic of Ireland, and anyone looking to gain a better understanding of producer responsibility regimes across Europe. It will be useful for sellers of electronic and electrical equipment, batteries and packaging or packaged goods who want an introduction to compliance approaches in other countries.

This webinar is a great opportunity to get an overview of what is required of companies selling internationally, and to gain a better understanding of the compliance systems and producer requirements outside of the UK.

It will provide you with information on how B2B Compliance can support you with our advice, local insights and data management know-how and help you become compliant in other European countries.

There will also be a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and to share your opinions.

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