Cynnal Cymru announce new professional development courses

26 November 2014

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 A preview offer to mark the launch of new suite of professional development courses from
Cynnal Cymru-Sustain Wales

A training workshop to help managers analyse their organisation’s good practice on environmental and social impacts and identify opportunities for continuous improvement

REDUCE COSTS
IMPROVE MORALE
BOOST REPUTATION
ENCOURAGE INNOVATION

Course content will include;
– A review of your organisation’s current compliance and voluntary standards
– Reflection and explanation on the links between environmental responsibility, social benefit and improved finances
– Building a “do good” ethos
– Identifying areas for improvement
– Mapping out next steps, roles and responsibilities

There are 4 dates available

09.15 registration
09.30 start
12.30pm finish

Butetown Community Centre, Louden Square CF10 5JA
Preview Discount Rate – £100 per person Contact Rhodri Thomas on 02920 570818 for further details

To book a place for 11th December click here

To book a place for 12th December click here

To book a place for 8th January click here

To book a place for 22nd January click here

The IEMA has found that just 13% of companies are fully confident that they have the skills to successfully compete in a sustainable economy – and most have little idea what skills they actually need in the future. On the other hand leading global brands such as Unilever and Kingfisher Group as well as major employers in Wales such as Tata and Arriva are embracing sustainability as the core principle of management aiming to ensure that doing business means doing good. The Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Bill will further increase the need for businesses in Wales to improve their environmental and social credentials if they wish to benefit from public sector contracts.

EMPOWER YOURSELF AND YOUR COMPANY TO COMPETE IN THE NEW ECONOMY

“In the new business world, environment and sustainability can no longer be a bolt on, it needs to be part of businesses’ DNA,” Tim Balcon, CEO of the IEMA

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