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Monthly Climate Emergency Training course

Do you want to understand more about the climate emergency that we face whilst also learning about the actions you can take to make a positive difference?

If so, this course is for you.

 

Our Climate Emergency Training is eight hours of learning and takes place over four weeks. Each week involves an hour-long online session led by our expert trainers, followed by some self-study tasks to be completed before the next session.

The course is split into four modules:

  • Module 1: An introduction to climate change
  • Module 2: Climate impacts and adaptation
  • Module 3: Reducing emissions (mitigation)
  • Module 4: Climate action and communications

We keep the training class size to a maximum of 15 participants to allow for group interaction and discussion.

At the end of this course, for a small additional fee, you can choose to apply to be certified as Carbon Literate by the Carbon Literacy Project.

 

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of the climate emergency and who wants to understand more about changes which will have a positive impact.

Organisations may choose to send a small number of employees onto this course before working with us to create a course tailored to their own area of area of work and business needs.

Price

£115 + VAT (includes Carbon Literate certification with the Carbon Literacy Project)

   

Book your place

The course runs at 2pm-3pm on a Wednesday, for four weeks.

Our next course starts on Wednesday 7 July.

Book now

   

Climate Emergency Training for businesses and organisations

We also provide bespoke Climate Emergency Training tailored to your organisation. Find out more.

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