Over the next year we will be working with a variety of different training models and as a result this page will be regularly updated.
Explore our current options below.
Online Training Module - Becoming an Eco-Schools Coordinator
Our NEW Online training course is available in two platforms: Glow and Moodle.
This course will give you everything you need to lead Eco-Schools at your establishment. By working through all modules, you’ll practice each of the Seven Elements that form the criteria of the Green Flag Award, and will be well placed to implement them in your context. As this is an online course, you can work through each module at your own pace.
Please register here to receive login details. Remember to let us know which platform you require.
In addition to training about the Eco-Schools programme, we have a number of opportunities for workshops that will support your work towards a Green Flag Award through media, and climate change.
Climate Ready Classrooms
A free, one-day accredited climate change and carbon literacy training course for secondary schools. Designed for young people aged 14–17 years.
Young Reporters Workshops
Free workshops to support your work on Eco-Schools and pupil voice. Including a lesson on sustainability and some fun activities using media. Open to pupils aged 8 to 26.
In Person Training
RAiSE Event: Stirling 25th September
More events coming soon.
In the meantime, you might find it helpful to watch our short videos on each of the Seven Elements.
Online Q&A Sessions
Join us on Facebook, Twitter or our Glow Yammer Group and bring your questions!
Most Q&A sessions have themes, but please feel free to ask any questions you might have about the programme. Please suggest future topics if you don't see what you need. All Q&A sessions take place between 19:00 and 20:00.
You can join us on Twitter, on Facebook or on Glow.
Please visit http://glo.li/2pbo0TD to join us on Glow - you will need your Glow credentials to log in.
2019 Session Themes
23rd January – Measuring and STEM
20th February – Litter
20th March – Global Citizenship
24th April – The Sustainable Development Goals
15th May – Measuring and STEM
5th June - general Q’s
21st August – General Qs
18th September – Environmental Review
23rd October - TBC
20th November - TBC
4th December - TBC