ACV, CCV e aspetos não tecnológicos do couro sustentável

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Medir e comunicar o desempenho ambiental do ciclo de vida dos produtos de couro e das organizações.
Implementar novas soluções para reduzir os impactos ambientais, escolhendo materiais, produtos químicos e processos sustentáveis.
Desenvolver competências transversais importantes para o setor.
Compreender a importância do bem-estar dos animais e da rastreabilidade.
Conhecer a pegada de carbono e a pegada hídrica da curtimenta do couro.


  • São recomendadas noções básicas sobre a indústria do couro.


O principal objetivo deste curso é proporcionar aos participantes uma compreensão abrangente de vários conceitos-chave e considerações relacionadas com o fabrico de couro, especificamente no contexto da sustentabilidade, economia e fatores não tecnológicos.

Isto implica uma compreensão abrangente dos princípios e da metodologia da ACV (Avaliação do Ciclo de Vida) para avaliar os impactos ambientais da produção de couro. Adicionalmente, tem como objetivo introduzir o conceito de CCV (Custo do Ciclo de Vida) e a sua relevância para a produção de couro. O curso enfatizará a importância de considerações éticas, incluindo práticas de trabalho e bem-estar animal, ao longo do processo de produção de couro. Além disso, os participantes aprenderão sobre o cálculo das pegadas de carbono e de água, ajudando-os a compreender a pegada ecológica da produção de couro.

De um modo geral, o objetivo principal do curso é dotar os participantes dos conhecimentos necessários para avaliar, melhorar e tomar decisões informadas sobre os aspectos ambientais, económicos e não tecnológicos da produção de couro de uma forma sustentável e responsável. Estes conhecimentos permitir-lhes-ão contribuir positivamente para a indústria do couro, promovendo práticas sustentáveis e normas éticas, tendo em conta as implicações económicas. Em conclusão, este curso dota os participantes de conhecimentos cruciais para o fabrico sustentável do couro. Desde ACV e CCV até considerações éticas e cálculos de pegada ambiental, os participantes estarão bem preparados para promover práticas responsáveis na indústria.

Who this course is for:

  • Profissionais, pessoal e gestores de PMEs produtoras de couro e decisores políticos
  • Técnicos do ambiente interessados no sector do couro


Projects Virtual Campus
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Carlos Vaz de Carvalho
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I'm currently Professor at the Computer Eng. Dep. of the Engineering School of the Porto Polytechnic (ISEP). I'm also Director of Virtual Campus Lda, an SME dedicated to Technology Enhanced Learning and Serious Games.

I have a PhD (2001) in Technologies and Information Systems from the University of Minho, focusing in the use of e-learning in Higher Education.

As professor, I've lectured more than 20 different courses on Algorithms, Programming, Data Structures, E-Learning and Multimedia. Currently I'm lecturing Serious Games Design and Development and Multimedia Application Development. I was responsible for planning and developing the syllabuses and materials for most of these courses.

I started my research career in 1988 at INESC in the Computer Graphics Group. In 1996, I focused in Technology Enhanced Learning while doing my PhD at the University of Minho. From 2005 to 2014, I was Scientific Coordinator of GILT R&D (Games, Interaction and Learning Technologies). I've directed eight PhD and 40 MSc theses and authored over 200 publications and communications, including more than ten books (as author and editor). I coordinated 16 national and European projects and participated in more than 20 other projects. I worked as an expert for the European Commission and associated agencies in the scope of the Socrates-ODL, Minerva, E-Learning, E-Contents Plus, Lifelong Learning and Erasmus+ programmes.

On the management side, I directed the Distance Education Unit of the Porto Polytechnic from 1997 until 2000. From 2001 until 2005 I was E-Learning Director of ISEP and served as Dean of the Computer Eng. Dep. between 2003 and 2005. Between 2011 and 2013 I was President of the Portuguese Chapter of the IEEE Education Society.

Currently, I'm directing a company dedicated to the production of Serious Games and Technology-based Educational contents and applications.

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Joaquim Manuel Gaião
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I'm currently working at CTIC - the Portuguese Leather Technological Centre, based at Alcanena, Portugal.

Since 1996 I’m full time Director of the Physical-mechanical Laboratory and full time Responsible for the Acoustics and Noise Department since 2006.

Since September 2009 I have an active participation as a specialist member, on the European Technical Committee for the Standardization CEN/TC 289 - Leather, on Work Groups WG2, WG3 e WG4.

As specialization related to leather and teaching,  I have a Superior Course in Leather Technology of the Escuela Superior de Teneria - Igualada (Barcelona) – Spain and I’m a professional trainer accredited by IEFP – Portuguese Training and Employment Institute.

From 1996 until 2001 I was teacher of Leather Technology on 12º Grade Technical-Professional Course at Alcanena’s Secondary School.

Since then, as a trainer I’ve lectured more than 25 different courses on Leather Technology, Tannery Processes, Standardization and Leather Testing, Production Control, among others. I was responsible for planning and developing the syllabuses and materials for most of these courses.

I participated with technical support and cooperation in several leather sector surveys, as well as with technical support on CTIC participation in several R&D projects funded by the European Union, and CTIC participation in several R&D Portuguese projects.

Currently, among other activities, I'm directing the CTIC’s I&D department.

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