Sustainability Transformation Training
Sustainability is growing in criticality and complexity. It’s only a matter of time before the demand for sustainability courses and training will arise. With climate action, environmental policy, green business transformation, green finance, sustainability reporting, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and more all evolving at speed, a sustainable future is now a key priority across the private and public sectors.
The role government plays in responding to climate change and environmental policy can be complex and constantly evolving. Government action around the world is growing to promote wellbeing in our natural world and to create a greener, healthier society. This calls for approaches to key areas such as agriculture, forestry and urban development that puts the environment first. But sustainability is much more than just an environmental response to climate change.
This course aims to demystify the landscape of sustainability and the three pillars that underpin it: environmental, social and economic. We will review environmental policies as well as the incorporation of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into the private and public sectors.
'Sustainability Transformation Training' is from our Policy Skills series. At the Civil Service College, we tailor our courses to each participant’s role and organisation, ensuring that each participant gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
This government training course is designed for Civil Servants and those interested and working around policy revolving around climate change and sustainable policies.
Participants will leave with a greater understanding of the causes of climate change, have a wider definition of sustainability and have a clearer insight into how governments and international bodies are responding to ensure a sustainable future.
10:00 - 16:00
£595 + VAT
Tom is a global consultant, advisor and coach to the private and public sectors on Leadership Development, Digital & Workplace Transformation and Successful Change.Read Bio
Tom is a global consultant, advisor and coach to the private and public sectors on Leadership Development, Digital & Workplace Transformation and Successful Change. He has a Master’s in HR with a career that started in Accenture driving global business transformation for large corporates such as Barclays Bank, British Gas and 20th Century Fox. He was Global Head of Learning & Development for Colt Technology Services and held the post of Senior Advisor within the Cabinet Office, British Government, focusing on Digital & Technology Skills across government. While in government, he also assisted with the creation of Digital Academies, starting in the DWP and replicated around the country, and contributed to initiatives around leadership development and apprenticeship programmes.
In 2015 he founded, TFB Consulting Ltd., that focuses on digital, culture and workplace transformation. Tom’s diverse portfolio finds him advising governments for countries such as the UK, India, Malaysia, UAE and States of Jersey, as well as corporate clients such as KPMG, GSK, Legal & General and Royal Mail.
Tom has additional certifications and training in Agile project management, ITIL and PRINCE2, as well as Communications, Media and Video Production. He is an active writer, educator, video producer and conference speaker, having appeared numerous times on the BBC and producing TV programmes and corporate videos. Originally from the US, he has lived and worked across four continents.
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