Net Zero Masterclass
Boost your knowledge about net-zero, climate change and why it matters with our accredited course.
Developed exclusively for sales & marketing teams in the built environment.
“I’d highly recommend this carbon literacy course for any comms people involved in construction. I’m finding it useful for clearing the fog of climate emergency facts and emotive media out there."
Debbie Mauger, Alliance for Sustainable Building Products
Clued-up & confident
The race to ‘net-zero’, circularity and ever greener claims is on.
However, many sales and marketing teams are worried about being called out by increasingly clued-up customers and stakeholders.
To help, we have developed the first accredited carbon literacy course for sales & marketing teams in the built environment.
**Please note, if you would like to discuss a team package, please contact email@example.com
To book one of our open courses, click here.
How is the course structured?
This is a highly interactive programme anchored around group discussions, videos, podcasts and mini-case studies to bring the learning to life.
The course is run over two half days and is delivered on Zoom.
It's a great opportunity to meet, connect with and extend your network of likeminded people.
- Climate change: what it is, why it’s happening and how do we stop it?
- Where the built environment fits in
- Key terminology and what it means
- The role of the sales and marketing team
- Greenwash - what it is and why it matters
- Personal action plan
- Dedicated toolkit with resources & glossary
- Official Carbon Literacy Project certification & badge
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What is ‘carbon literacy’?
To be ‘carbon literate’ is to understand what is happening to our planet and climate.
To be certified, you learn how to make an impact and create a plan to deliver.
The course is accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project - a collaborative peer-to-peer learning project endorsed by the United Nations.
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