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 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 attendee’s role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate 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.
Delegates 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 to private and public sectors. He has 20+ years of collective experience. Tom worked in the Cabinet Office as Senior Advisor on Digital & Technology Skill across UK Government and created the first ever digital leadership programmes for the Department of Work & Pensions.Read Bio
Tom is a global consultant and advisor to the private and public sectors on Leadership Development, Digital Transformation and Environmental Sustainability. He combines 20+ years of collective experience in Business and Digital Transformation with Sustainability Transformation to partner with businesses and governments to radically evolve and make a positive local and global impact.
Tom started his career in Accenture focusing on global business transformation programmes for large corporates such as Barclays, British Gas and 20th Century Fox. He has worked in the Cabinet Office as Senior Advisor on Digital and Technology Skill across UK Government and also created the first ever digital leadership programmes for the Department of Work & Pensions. In 2013 he also created a successful startup, TFB Consulting Ltd., that focuses on digital, culture and sustainability transformation. In the past few years he has worked across private & public sectors, multinationals to startups delivering Digital Leadership & Digital Transformation programmes and consultancy for clients such as:
With a strong focus on digital strategy and enabling digital through transformation programmes, behavioural and cultural change, he has led successful learning programmes such as Digital Leadership, Digital Culture & Innovation and Environmental Sustainability. He holds a Master’s in HR, Bachelor’s in Management, certifications in Sustainability and trained in Executive & Life Coaching.
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