If your organization is serious about doing its part to tackle climate change, you may want to enroll in a new course from Studious Digital Education.
“It’s more than a one-day workshop. This is spread over two years, ”explains Dr Ivan Mitchell, one of the founders of Studious. “It’s deep learning in the areas of business, management and leadership, with a net-zero theme running through it. “
Studious already has a portfolio of courses, covering everything from wellness and change management for companies to employability and the transition to college for students. These are delivered online and via its innovative Ryze app for mobiles and tablets.
The new net-zero course is different in that it will also include live online teaching elements and in-person sessions. “We try to offer the best platform, with academically rich content that matches that of leading specialists and experts in the practitioner field, also offering an element of personalized coaching,” says Dr Mitchell.
For this project, Studious has partnered with Estu, which creates tailor-made large-scale learning and development programs in the public and private sectors. Founded by industry experts, it is driven by creating impact, with all Estu programs and partnerships focused on achieving business results and personal growth.
Estu General Manager Simon Littlewood said: “We are strongly aligned with the values of the Studious team. This partnership for our Net Zero program means that thousands of people will be able to use the best education platform to develop their skills and careers while tackling the biggest problem we all face.
“This course will cover everything from leadership and change to marketing, technology and innovation, as well as investment and risk finance, all with the theme of net zero,” says Dr. Mitchell.
“We can tailor the program to the requirements of an organization to some extent,” he adds. “It can take 18 months to two years – it’s flexible to make sure it’s suitable for people working in companies, both learners and organizations.
“We are still finalizing the details, but the course will lead to a professionally accredited qualification,” he concludes.
For more information, see www.studious.org.uk