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Carbon Literacy by Communities - Train the Trainer

Become a ‘Carbon Literacy by Communities’ Trainer

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Do you want to raise awareness of climate change in your local community? Do you want to inspire and enable local people take low carbon action? If so, we’re excited to offer you the chance to become a ‘Carbon Literacy by Communities’ Trainer.

Attendees of this course will be able to deliver our ‘Carbon Literacy by Communities’ course in their communities. Carbon Literacy by Communities’ is accredited by the award-winning Carbon Literacy Project, allowing you to support community members to get certified as Carbon Literate citizens. You’ll gain access to course materials and activities, plus support to successfully deliver training.

The ‘Become a Carbon Literacy by Communities Trainer’ course will run on the 17th and 18th July at Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Offices in Stirling. Over the two days participants will:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the ‘Carbon Literacy by Communities’ course content
  • Gain confidence talking to their community about climate change and low carbon actions.
  • Develop training and facilitation techniques
  • Develop ideas to make the course relevant to their community
  • Learn how to get community members certified as ‘Carbon Literate’

This course is open to representatives of community-led organisations in Scotland. We’re looking for organisations that are committed to raising awareness locally and have a plan for how they would roll-out training in their communities.

This is a two-day course based at our offices in Stirling. The cost is £120 per person and includes lunch on both days. An invoice will be sent to you prior to the event. This cost is eligible expenditure for CCF grants providing there is relevant budget.

As there are only 15 places on the course, spaces will be limited to one person per organisation.

From 17 July 2019 10:00 to 18 July 2019 16:00

at Keep Scotland Beautiful, Stirling

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