Time: February 15, 2012 from 10am to 4pm
Street: 17 Carlton House
City/Town: London SW1Y 5AS
Website or Map: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps…
Event Type: training, day, course, sustainability, renewable, energy
Organized By: Anna Hughes
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2012
'Informative and interesting.’
John Davis (Offshore Marine Management)
‘An informative and well facilitated day.’
Lewis Merdler (Environmental Protection UK)
‘Lots of useful facts for me to take away.’
Wendy Twist (Low Carbon West Oxford)
Feel confident in communicating and discussing all aspects of renewable energy systems.
It will give you a clear understanding of the key systems and future direction of renewable energy. It will outline important issues surrounding the communication of large and small scale renewable energy systems, on answering difficult questions and how to support people looking to make decisions about installing renewable energy systems.
People attending this course will learn how to:
1) Discuss and explain the role and importance of renewable energy systems in a low carbon future.
2) Make a case for a local renewable energy project to the media, local people or a group of councillors.
3) Describe in plain English the merits, and the potential problems, of various types of renewable energy systems (wind, solar PV, solar thermal, heat pumps, biomass).
4) Answer critical questions in ways that will help those who are confused or uncertain to see these systems in a positive light.
5) Feel confident in supporting people looking to make decisions about installing a system for their home, business or community organisation.
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for anyone keen to get their facts straight on a variety of renewable energy systems and how to communicate them effectively. Whether you are a business looking to increase your quality of advice, a local authority or organisation promoting the use of renewables, or an independent consultant looking to increase your knowledge, this course will provide you with the key skills needed.
Chris Church has worked in the voluntary sector and as a consultant for over 25 years. He is an experienced advisor on community and sustainable development issues, with a wide range of experience at international, national, and community level. He is an associate of the Community Development Foundation and a member of the London Sustainable Development Commission. Chris is chair of the UK Local Carbon Communities Network.
Chris has previously worked with the Community Sector Coalition, the National Trust, BTCV, Defra, Groundwork, the European Union TACIS programme, Surfers Against Sewage and many local councils. He is trained as a teacher and has been developing and running training programmes for 22 years.
£395: Business Rate
£288: Large Charities, Public Sector and Small Businesses
£130: Small Charities and Independent Consultants
Concessionary rates available for students, pensioners and unemployed. Please contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bespoke courses can be arranged for groups at a date and location to suit you.
Prices include a vegan/vegetarian lunch, fair-trade refreshments and networking time.
For bookings and further information, please contact:
Tel: 0207 324 4775
The venue is fully accessible with wheelchair-accessible lavatory facilities.
Supported by: Environment Job (www.environmentjob.co.uk).
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