Heritage Carbon Literacy Training Courses

Do you want to become ‘Carbon Literate’ and gain an awareness of the causes and impacts of climate change, to better understand your organisation’s carbon footprint? Join your peers and colleagues to collaborate and generate ideas on what a low carbon heritage organisation looks like.

The Heritage Alliance are delivering a new Heritage Carbon Literacy training course to help heritage organisations improve their awareness of carbon consumption, and of the individual steps that can be taken to reduce their carbon emissions and become more environmentally sustainable. The course has been created and funded by Historic England, with the assistance of Historic Buildings & Places, and is accredited by the Carbon Literacy Trust.

The course is positive, action-focused, and specifically designed for the heritage sector. It takes place over 2 half-days on Microsoft Teams. Learners must attend both days in order to be able to pledge actions and to receive a certificate at the end of the course. The main course costs are funded by Historic England, which means that learners will only have to pay a £10 contribution cost towards the administration of their Carbon Literacy Trust certification. Places are limited to one representative per organisation, and there are a set number of places available for each course – so book early to secure your place!

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