Introduction to Sustainable Development (FETAC L5) 10 Week Course

Area:
Dublin City
Price: € 200 - 240
Duration: 10 weeks start Thursday,
Type:
Part Time and Evening
Times:
6.30pm - 9pm

Course description

Up-skill and improve your job prospects in the growing green economy with Eco UNESCO’s Introduction to Sustainable Development FETAC L5
 
What?
This course develops an understanding of current topics such as

Sustainability
Quality of life
Sustainable communities
Fair trade
Environmental auditing
Carrying capacity

 
Course content is integrated with practical, hands on activities to ensure maximum student learning in a supported environment.
 
Students of the course facilitate a workshop on an environmental issue of their choice incorporating education for sustainable development methodologies. They also carry out a project on the life cycle analysis of a product and complete a group project on developing a sustainable community.
 
This contemporary course will keep your CV relevant and up to date, is very useful for those working in the green economy and is also suited to anybody who has an interest in sustainable development and would like to find out more about it.
 
How?
The following units are examined in the course:
 
–          Introduction to sustainable development
–          Education for sustainable development methods
–          Resources and the environment 
–          Values and behaviours
–          Environmental auditing
–          Sustainable communities
–          Environmental indicators
–          Facilitation skills
 
By the end of the training participants will be able to:

Describe the interaction between society, economy and environment
Carry out an environmental audit
Create a vision for a sustainable community
Use education for sustainable development methods

 
ECO-UNESCO’s Introduction to Sustainable Development is a hugely rewarding, challenging and interesting course. Students will find that the content and skills gained are transferrable to a number of current and future opportunities in the green sector.
 
Who? Anyone interested in learning more about sustainable development including: professionals, local authorities, businesses, teachers, youth leaders, community workers, young people under 25 and the general public.