TRACE will develop a dedicated training program covering measurement methods, models, scenarios and socio-economic analyses. This program implemented by UVSQ and the Paris-Saclay University (UPS) will use innovative teaching methods, and expose students, young researchers and corporate staff (continuing professional development) to a broader range of scientific expertise, technical and transferable skills. Training will foster stronger interactions between the academic and corporate partners, and open new opportunities for further collaborations.

Training-by-research sessions will be organized for young scientists (MSc. students, PhDs) and corporate staff (continuing professional development). For young scientists, these sessions will take the form of summer schools, possibly co-organized with research projects and the Climate-KIC. The summer schools training contents will cover theoretical and practical aspects of GHG emissions measurements. For the staff of corporate partners, Corporate Online Private Sessions (COPS) will be organized, combined with practical training for scientific/technical on the GHG measurement techniques developed within TRACE.

Training sessions will use in priority active learning tools, such as e-learning, problem-solving sessions and group work. Special attention will be given to mitigation opportunities and targets after the Paris Agreement and the accurate GHG measurement technologies needed to monitor the effectiveness of mitigation actions.