SESA is piloting professional learning opportunities for Waste & Water Industry Trainers in sustainability education and community engagement. These are specially designed to be ‘just-in-time’ and ‘just-for you’ learning. Email the SESA Project Manager to be on the list of interested participants – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our first course is a webinar series starting 27 May – register your interest now as free places are limited!
Many of us face a challenge in getting our organisations to support sustainability programs. A great way to overcome this is through doing a ‘Business Case’ that explains how programs deliver financial, environmental and sustainable outcomes.
Join Grahame Collier online share his expertise in getting that Business Case right – first time!
As waste and water educators – how can we design and deliver learning programs to make a bigger difference? Join these webinars to inspire and refine what you do and how you do it. There is also the option of up to 3 follow up coaching sessions (up to 1 hour each) to gain input on your specific situation. These will be available in the three weeks after the last webinar.
Changeology Self-drive takes you through the process of designing a change project, step-by-step, down to the level of innovative tactics and persuasive messages. Les Robinson will be there every step of the way, providing you and your team with mentoring, illumination and guidance, by email, phone or Skype conferences.
As waste and water educators – how can we design and deliver learning programs to make a bigger difference? In this individually tailored mentoring in program evaluation you will work with Lee-Anne Molony, Principal Consultant at Clear Horizon. Get the guidance and support specific to the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) needs of you own community engagement and behaviour change programs.
Join Green Business Audit & Training in this 1-day workshop & follow-up webinar to Australia’s Waste and Water Trainers / Educators. Understand and apply sustainability principles, whilst building the business case for sustainability in your organisation/ industry, and identifying solutions for the likely challenges ahead in delivering education in the waste and water sector.