The LCiP project builds capacity by developing training materials for the training of both practitioners in the labour market and university, and thus contributing to build capacity in LC approaches. LCiP provides training of current and future professionals but also training of trainers, to ensure widespread and sustainable building of capacity in participating regions.

The LCiP project provides a monitoring tool tested by 32 SMEs to evaluate the environmental and socio-economic impact of the adoption of LC approaches. The activities in these 32 case studies (4 per region and sector) include coaching and direct support in LC methodologies.

 The LC Awards will reward in each region of the project, organisations that are successfully implementing Life Cycle Approaches.