IEMA Leading with Environmental Sustainability - Public Classroom
This senior level course provides a strategic and operational overview of environmental sustainability to top level management.
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IEMA Leading with Environmental sustainability is a half day environmental training course that International Workplace provides designed for anyone working in any senior leadership position, regardless of sector, specialism or previous experience of environmental issues, who wishes to understand risks and opportunities posed by environmental issues and apply this to their organisation’s strategy.
The IEMA Leading with Environmental sustainability delivered in a Public Classroom is perfect for those who need a structured training session away from the workplace to allow them to focus all of their attention on the training.You will gain a new understanding of the short-, mid- and long-term opportunities and challenges that environmental sustainability presents in value creation for their organisation. There is huge value that can be gained through strategic management of environmental risks and opportunities. Issues such as climate change, resource scarcity and the costs of dealing with pollution and waste are of paramount importance to organisations operating within finite environmental limits. As one of the foremost IEMA training providers, International Workplace have been running IEMA training courses for senior level delegates for many years as well as supporting organisations with environmental managment.
Benefits of a Public Classroom course:
- Full, face to face tutor support
- Time out of the business to focus on the course
- Use of our purpose built training centres or partner venues including refreshments and lunch
- Guaranteed pass scheme – students can be given further access to our e-learning course if they need to retake the course free of charge.
- A cohort of mixed delegates which adds further depth to the training hearing about other industry sector
The course is structured around five outcomes:
- What does environmental sustainability mean for the organisation?
- Is the organisation’s strategy fit for purpose?
- Which organisations are leading with environmental sustainability and why?
- Understand the implications of complying with environmental law.
- What would a new strategy look like?
If you have a group or senior team who all wish to attend then we can also run an In Company course and tailor the course materials to suit your organisation.
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Anyone working in any senior leadership position, regardless of sector, specialism or previous experience of environmental issues, who wishes to understand risks and opportunities posed by environmental issues and apply this to their organisation's strategy.
Delegates will recived an IEMA Leading with Environmental Sustainability Certificate of attendance
This training course has no formal entry requirements
- Section 1: What does environmental sustainability mean for your organisation?
- Define environmental sustainability.
- What is your organisation’s existing environmental sustainability strategy?
- Where is your organisation on the environmental sustainability continuum?
- Section 2: Is your organisation’s strategy fit for purpose?
- What are the strategic drivers for environmental sustainability?
- Explain the opportunities for value creation through environmental sustainability.
- Discuss environmental sustainability in the context of your organisation’s value chain.
- Evaluate your organisation’s approach to environmental sustainability and identify areas for development.
- Discuss the barriers to implementation of measures to improve the sustainable performance of your organisation.
- Section 3: Which organisations are leading with environmental sustainability and why?
- Debate examples of good practice demonstrating leadership with regards to environmental sustainability.
- Review an environmental sustainability strategy used by pioneering organisations.
- Section 5: What would a new strategy look like?
- Outline the first five things your organisation and the individuals within it will do differently.
- Section 4: Understand the implications of complying with environmental law.
- Understand the main pieces of environmental legislation that affect your organisation.
- Understand the consequences of breaching environmental law.
- Delegates are not formally assessed but the course is a facilitated session and requires active participation from all attendees, building to a set of commitments that are agreed amongst the group.
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