Becoming more energy efficient starts at boardroom level and filters down to every person within the organisation and beyond. The savings created can have an enormous positive impact on the ‘bottom line’ and the organisation’s social and environmental contribution.
An organisation’s most valuable asset is its people, and likewise their behaviours around energy usage are of critical importance.
By ensuring that staff are informed of environmental issues and are able to identify, reduce and control the usage within your organisation’s activities, the impact on energy efficiencies can be significant. This will also help to enhance the skills of staff at all levels, leading to higher levels of motivation and productivity.
Ivy Link Partnership have a wealth of experience in training staff of all levels, using innovative delivery models that ensure an informative and enjoyable learning experience. We offer a wide range of courses which can be bespoke to your organisation, and can be flexible enough to ensure that any additional training needs can be covered.
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This course is specifically designed for those who wish to positively impact on their environmental habits to benefit their organisation, and influence the people around them.
This course aims to show individuals how to recognise the financial and environmental benefits of changes that can be made in the workplace, alongside medium to long-term strategies to support upcoming green changes.
The course will allow staff to:
Designed for individuals at supervisory level or above (e.g. Supervisors / Estate or Building Managers), this course gives practical advice, and the tools required to increase energy efficiency, develop a baseline environmental management system and improve profitability.
The course covers 5 main subject areas:
Energy regulation and legislation is forcing businesses to look at how they use and manage energy.
The UK has made a commitment to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions by 80% by 2050. The impact on business is already being felt with regulations such as the Carbon Reduction Commitment. Measuring an organisation’s Carbon Footprint is a key tool in identifying energy consumption and associated emissions.
The course content includes: