Business Learning Solutions is proud to share a range of education and training products with our partners The Sustainability Academy which are aligned to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
These are aimed at four key markets: SDGs for Kids; SDGs for Organisations; SDGs for Start-ups and Entrepreneurs and an SDG Employability Programme.
Introductory Offer: SDGs Diploma £170.00
This works out at £10 per 60-minute module (17 in total)
SDGs - Why?
‘By 2030, ensure that all citizens acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development.’
SDGs Training - Why?
Government and local authorities have been tasked by parliament to demonstrate implementation of SDGs into their strategies, and it will be mandatory for all local councils to evidence ‘commitment’ to enable government finance to be released. This shifts responsibility to all communities and individuals to make achieving these SDGs a priority.
There is increasing urgency for organisations to ensure their colleague population fully understands their own organisation’s strategy and commitment to achieving SDGs and to commit to sustainability driving the DNA of their organisation to achieve the goals.
Education and training will encourage organisation-wide engagement and assist organisations to be able to demonstrate how the 17 UN SDGs apply to organisational targets.
SDGs Organisational Engagement - Why?
The measurement of this training will allow organisations to demonstrate engagement across their colleague population. It will also increase the rate at which organisations can achieve their own ESG targets, as colleagues at every level will have the SDGs embedded into their everyday thought process and practices.
To make an organisation appealing to both investors and consumers requires action on SDG implementation at all levels. It requires the executive management team to promote their SDG strategy to external stakeholders, through speaking out publicly about their commitment to the SDGs and confirming that they have the expertise and resources within the organisation to implement them.
SDGs - Benefits for Individuals
SDGs - Benefits for Organisations
What are responsible organisations doing?
What added value can be unlocked?
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. View this video to learn more.
Our Open Courses are offered at different times of the year to suit delegates from all over the world. By keeping delegate numbers to a maximum of 6 per course enables us to keep our delivery dynamic, interactive and engaging.
Each of our management workshops cover a number of key points and provides practical advice and guidance on how to make successful application. Though not exhaustive, our list serves as an example of topics we cover. We can tailor any course to fit your company needs.