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Become a CPD-certified Green Champion in one day – Glasgow

Become a CPD-certified Green Champion in one day - Edinburgh

A free, CPD-certified full day training workshop at Hampden Park

Rising energy, water and raw material costs and increasing consumer pressure continue to challenge the way that businesses across Scotland manage their environmental performance.

Our online Green Champions training course is already helping organisations across Scotland prepare for this challenge by providing knowledge, tried-and-tested techniques, best practice examples, and free tools and templates.

This live event, designed for small and medium sized enterprises, will pack the entire Green Champions Planning Modules into one day, and is delivered first hand by our team of business experts, guest speakers and one-to-one advisors.

Get the skills and knowledge over 1,000 other professionals have already learnt through the Green Champions training course. Find out about available funding, understand the changing resource landscape and go beyond compliance to save money, grow profits and increase competitive advantage.

Who should attend?

This workshop is designed for anyone in your organisation who influences or has direct responsibility for environmental performance, as well as members of your management team engaged in organisational improvement.

Particularly ideal for:
– health, safety and environment managers;
– environmental performance champions;
– compliance managers;
– facilities managers; and
– office/general managers.


All of the Green Champions training course’s planning modules packed into one day…

09.30 – Registration and breakfast
10.00 – Welcome and introduction: the need to be resource efficient
10.20 – Getting started – identifying opportunities
11.00 – Break
11.15 – Collecting data on your energy, water and raw materials use
12.15 – Guest speaker – case study: the business benefits of improved resource efficiency
12.30 – Lunch
13.00 – Museum tour
13.30 – Data analysis and action planning
14.30 – Break
14.45 – Guest speaker
15.00 – Communications and engagement
15.45 – Next steps
16.00 – Close

100% of past delegates recommend this training based on completed feedback forms the last time we delivered this course at Hampden Park.

“A very good day for businesses that want to save money and reduce their environmental impact”
John-Paul Valentine, Bars and Catering Manager, Assembly Rooms

“One of the best workshops I’ve been to – and I’ve been to a lot!”
Irene Mullen, Quality Manager, Gartsherrie Engineering Ltd

“I took away lots of ideas to use back here at the Centre”
Andrew Grieveson, Education Officer, Scottish Seabird Centre

Limited spaces:

Due to the popularity of Resource Efficient Scotland events, places are limited to two people per organisation. Additional colleagues wishing to attend may submit a booking and, if space permits, will be able to join the training.

CPD-certified training:
This is a CPD-certified training course. Accredited CPD training means the learning activity has reached the required Continuing Professional Development standards and benchmarks. The learning value has been scrutinised to ensure integrity and quality. The CPD Certification Service provides recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD requirements.


Hampden Park (football stadium)
Glasgow, G42 9BA United Kingdom
+44 (0)141 620 4000


Resource Efficient Scotland
0808 808 2268

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