Sustainability Education Series - 1. SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING:1Energy Portal Pvt. Ltd.
- Virtual classes
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What you'll learn on the course
The Online courses in the Sustainability Education series can be used by LEED Professionals towards receiving Continuing Education credits
The course can be(Self Reporting for USGBC/GBCI / 1.5 CE Hours)
Teachers and trainers (1)
It is an On-Line Course hence no faculty is required. We will provide an unique username and password within 24 hrs. after we receive the fee amount. Then you start the course immediately using the username and password. You will be having access to the course for the period of One full year.
This training will present the process and framework for developing a Sustainability Plan based upon analyses of your organization’s needs, priorities, and resources. Methods for identifying the appropriate metrics and monitoring systems for your Sustainability Plan will also be outlined.
TRAINING MODULES: 5 DURATION: 15 minutes each
At the conclusion of this series and successful completion of the post-module tests, the student will be able to:
Discuss the technological advances affecting sustainability and the efforts required to promote sustainability.
Identify sustainability planning actions and the connection between sustainability and economics.
Discuss the benefits of recycling and the steps required to implement a waste management plan.
Describe the process of developing and implementing an energy plan.
Sustainability Has a History
Planning Policies for Government and Business
Introduction to Action Initiatives
Waste Streams for Consideration
The Plan: Design and Implementation