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Net Zero & Sustainability Training

You can now register and sign in to access new 'Net Zero & sustainability' Online Training. Provided by Betterworld Solutions. Contact us below for more information.

Do you want to be a sustainable business?

Looking to improve your understanding of what it means to be ‘Net Zero’?

Looking for ways to convey the importance of becoming ‘net zero’ to your staff?

Why not consider our online training course,

  • Understanding sustainability concepts
  • Learning how to combat climate change
  • Understanding the concepts of net zero
  • Learn how businesses can be profitable and net zero
  • How businesses can drive effective change
Green Qualifications and trainign

The training is targeted at businesses that are looking towards reducing their environmental impact.

Sustainability Training

The training highlights the importance of sustainability, and how organisations can look at their practices and work towards net zero.

It outlines the data required to look at net zero and provides examples of reduction projects that can be undertaken to reduce a business’s GHG emissions.

The training discusses how to verify the approach to net zero and the data required.

The course is open to all and free to attend and takes between 60 and 90 minutes.

*Free to those organisations who have adopted an investment policy to Prevent Global Warming.

*Conditions Apply

Contact us to find out more


If enough businesses act, together we can slow down or help to prevent Global Warming.

Thinking of green solutions

Create your Policy

The case for a great return on investment, from water and energy savings is very clear. "Adopt an Investment Policy to Prevent Global Warming".

Direction of green energy

Real World Examples

We have the know-how to do things differently and help both the environment and the bottom line.

Examining Environmental Data

A Summary of Evidence

We estimate that widespread adoption of more climate-friendly policies in industry globally, could have the equivalent impact of taking 630.5 million cars off the roads.