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IEMA Environmental Sustainability Skills for Managers is one of a suite of courses, under the banner of Environmental Sustainability Skills for the Workplace, which is a new development programme aimed at non-environmental specialists. The aim of this two-day course is to support managers and supervisors in understanding the strategic and operational implications environmental sustainability has on them, their team and department, enabling them to contribute to the improved environmental sustainability of their organisation. 
Who it for? 
This course is aimed at supervisors and managers from any industry or business sector. 
Key Features: 
No prior environmental knowledge required 
Practical activities and workshops throughout 
Can be tailored to suit individual company needs 
Helps ensure managers and supervisors understand their role in promoting sustainability within an organisation 
Online end of course examination 
Learning Hours: 
14 (2 days) 
Learning Outcome: 
On successful completion of this course: 
The Learner will evaluate drivers for change and barriers. 
The Learner will apply knowledge and understanding to baseline data to monitor and improve performance. 
The Learner will apply knowledge of environmental sustainability across the value chain. 
The Learner will demonstrate the importance of implementing resource eciency. 
The Learner will demonstrate how employees can improve environmental performance. 

For further information on our courses and pricing structure, please call one of our training advisors on 01539 437436 or use our enquiry form. Visit www.iema.net for more information. 

We work with a large number of companies and recognise that organisations have very different training needs. We are committed to providing a memorable and measurable training experience. We appreciate the pressures faced by businesses. Our specialist training teams deliver specific solutions to reflect the industry within which you and your firm operates. 
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