If you find yourself constantly switching off power points, lights and any electrical appliance not in use, then perhaps some free sustainability training is right up your alley.
The free sustainability training being offered at no charge to you gives you the chance to put your 'green' skills to the test. Not only does will it help you at home, but this fully recognised Certificate IV will be a help at the workplace as well. Once you finish this short training course, you will be able to reduce the negative environmental impact of work practices and will have learned how to implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices. As an added bonus, this free sustainability training can be done completely online in your own time, giving you more flexibility.
As a skill booster, the free sustainability training does not need or require any prior learning or work experience in order for you to successfully complete it; however, those who successfully complete the Certificate IV will have a chance to extend or further their learning. Those who are interested to do so are encouraged to visit the website for a list of options. The free sustainability training does require you to access industry information, applicable legislation and occupational health and safety guidelines; which are already readily available on the internet. So if you are interested to participate in the free sustainability training offered online, please visit the website on how to get started.
In this day in age, it is becoming more and more important for members of society to be more sustainable in the way they live and act, both in the workplace and in the home. As we all know, Australia is one of the biggest polluters in the world, and it is up to all of us to do our bit to get rid of this bad reputation and start positively contributing to the environment in more sustainable and efficient ways, not just for ourselves, but also for future generations. The government is doing its part to help make the community aware, as evidenced by national campaigns all over Australia, and of course, this new sustainability training course. Yet it is still up to us individually to stand for change and help each other out to make our communities a better place to live in. This starts with implementing sustainable practices in our own homes, which lead into sustainable practices in the workplace and beyond.
So to take part in the free sustainability training being offered at no cost and completely online, please enrol via the website to take part in this short course and receive your Certificate IV. For more information on how you can further implement sustainable practices in your workplace and home, please visit the website or call 131 248 to find out more.