Climate Emergency Training - September
Our online Climate Emergency Training is eight hours of learning over four weeks. Each week involves an hour-long online session led by one of our expert trainers, followed by some self-study tasks to be completed before the next session. Book your space here
The course covers:
- The basics of climate change science and how we know it’s a problem
- How climate change is impacting us all now and how it will in the future
- What's being done to tackle climate change at a variety of levels; locally, nationally and internationally
- Ways that you and your organisation can take action to reduce emissions
- How having a Carbon Literate workforce could benefit your organisation
The training costs £115 plus VAT (includes certification from the Carbon Literacy Project).
The online sessions are on:
Wednesday 15 September, 10am - 11am: An introduction to climate change
Wednesday 22 September, 10am - 11am: Climate impacts and adaptation
Wednesday 29 September, 10am -11am: Reducing emissions (mitigation)
Wednesday 6 October, 10am - 11am: Climate action and communication
By booking onto this course you are committing to attend all four sessions.
Who is this course for?
This online course is for anyone interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of the climate emergency and who wants to understand more about Scotland's journey to net-zero.
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 organisation and business needs.
How it works
The weekly live sessions will take place on Zoom. You will be sent the joining link following confirmation of your booking. You will complete the self-study tasks via online learning platform, Moodle (further details provided in the first session).
We will be running this online training on a regular basis. Please visit www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/climate-emergency-training to find out more.
If you would like to commission a bespoke course for your organisation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
From 15 September 2021 10:00 to 11:00
at Online via Zoom