CCF webinars to cover monitoring and reporting for waste, travel, energy and food projects
We continue to offer a variety of online training to replace physical events which we would normally run across Scotland.
These online events are organised as part of the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) Capacity Building Programme which provides free support to help CCF grant recipients run their projects through bespoke training and networking opportunities.
We have four online training webinars in May to help CCF grant recipients understand how to use the CCF Carbon Reporter and what data to collect. Each webinar has advice for a specific theme of project, with waste, travel, food and energy all receiving a dedicated webinar.
All of the webinars will include barriers and solutions to data collection at the current time and will be followed by an open Q&A session.
Book your spaces:
13 May - Monitoring and reporting on your waste project - book now
14 May - Monitoring and reporting on your travel project - book now
20 May - Monitoring and reporting on your energy project - book now
21 May - Monitoring and reporting on your food project - book now
This training is for CCF grant recipients, but we hope to announce further training and networking events that will be open to all in due course via the CCF events webpage here.
Keeping in touch:
CCF Capacity Building Programme e-bulletin - contains information on tailored support and training for current CCF Grant Recipients, plus events and resources open to any Scottish-based, community-led organisation interested in tackling climate change. The e-bulletin is sent monthly. Register here.
CCF newsletter - contains updates on funding and support available through the CCF, plus other sustainability and climate change news. The newsletter is sent quarterly with additional special editions. Register here.
Keep Scotland Beautiful manages the CCF on behalf of the Scottish Government and we have staff that support applicants, Grant Recipients and other community-led organisations wanting to take action on climate change.
11 May 2020