Make it Count with Environmental Sustainability Qualifications
Sustainability has been a major topic of discussion in international competition and consumer for a like the OECD, the International Competition Network (ICN), the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN) and UNCTAD.
Ofsted’s Common Inspection Framework also makes explicit reference to sustainable development in learning and skills inspections as referenced in our Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy blog.
Education plays a vital role in:
- helping to tackle climate change
- creating a better, greener world for future generations
We can positively impact, influence and inspire communities by improving:
- the sustainability of the environment in and around education settings
- students’ knowledge and understanding of the key issues
But where to start?
AIM’s Level 1 Award in Environmental Sustainability introduces the key issues in sustainability and helps learners to make sustainable choices. The qualification can be used as an induction programme or as part of a wider vocational context eg study programmes, apprenticeship or traineeships etc.
Complete the form below to download the AIM’s Level 1 Award in Environmental Sustainability leaflet and discover more.
Looking for ideas for your learners to contribute to sustainable activities in your centre? Read our blog: ‘Seven simple steps to raise awareness of sustainability with learners’.
Grow a garden
Campus gardens are becoming more popular as they enable students to work together to learn about the ecosystem. Until the end of June, AIM is giving away a FREE packet of wildflower seeds when you fill in the online form below and download our sustainability leaflet. After completing the form our team will contact you for your details to send the seeds.
Deliver this qualification
Centres new to the AIM Group, should speak to our Business Development Team who can talk you through the offer.
|Complete the form below to receive a copy of our leaflet.|