Would you like to contribute to making your neighbourhood and your community greener?
Then this one-day course could be for you.
What does the course cover?
We’ll give you the tools you need to make a difference in your community, including an introduction to green issues and ideas for taking action
• Background to climate change and the Every Action Counts scheme
• Energy issues in the home
• Energy auditing of community buildings
• Working with your NDC
• Spreading the word
• Action planning and ‘taking it forward’
• Grants and incentives
• What next?
Is the course for me?
The workshop is designed for NDC residents and Urban Forum members who are interested in saving energy (and money), improving their environment and creating a more pleasant home and community. Everyone is welcome, and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.
Where can I do the course?
The course will be run on Monday 18 February at:
Unit D, Hatcham Mews Business Centre
New Cross Gate
London SE14 5QA
The day runs from 10am until 4pm with tea and coffee available from 9.30am
What will I learn?
Our aim is to give you a thorough grounding in energy and environmental awareness issues and the knowledge and support to bring the message back to your community.
Who is delivering the course?
The course is being delivered on behalf of the Every Action Counts programme by the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) a Bristol-based sustainable energy charity with 20 years experience in training, and Urban Forum, a national membership organisation for community and voluntary groups with an interest in urban and regional policy, especially regeneration.