Environmental Awareness Training


The Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995 state that anybody who produces, handles, or disposes of waste must ensure it’s done so safely & properly. Businesses that do not comply can be given fines or even prison sentences. Therefore, it is essential that all employees understand their responsibilities under current legislation. 

This online training course gives the user an understanding about the impact that workplaces have on the environment, as well as teaching them how they can reduce their impact on the environment as an individual.

Learning Outcomes

In this course you will learn:

  • What climate change is, its causes and effects, and the impact of humanity on the rest of the world.
  • How workplaces contribute to environmental changes.
  • How you can reduce your impact on the environment, as an individual, and as part of an organisation.

Course Contents

This course consists of three sections:

Section 1: global change

Section 1 looks at what we mean when we say ‘the environment’, and the variety of factors that we know are impacting it. It includes biodiversity, the effects of human industry, and the science of climate change.

Section 2: how workplaces are affecting the environment

Section 2 explains how workplaces in the UK contribute to its carbon footprint through waste and poor resource management. It discusses the changes that can be made to reduce these negative effects, including familiar measures like recycling.

Section 3: how individuals can improve their carbon footprint

Section 3 focuses on individual impact and the ways in which you can personally contribute to a greener world by making small changes to drastically reduce waste and carbon emissions.

About the Course


The Environmental Awareness training course is designed to help employees of all levels understand how their organisation affects the environment, and how they can hold it and themselves to account for contributing to global carbon emissions.

This course is broken down into three sections, which aim to contextualise an organisation’s impact on the environment by explaining the state of the world and why it is changing, as well as providing guidance on small changes that everyone can make to reduce the ongoing damage.

Available in 31 languages, the course takes around 35 minutes to complete.


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