Tailored sustainability training

This is why we offer a differentiated approach for our training actions, where we tailor the contents to the specific sector / value chain.

We support organisations in their journeys towards sustainability. Most of the challenges that our customers encounter are specific to their acting context.

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Tailored sustainability training, targeting the specific needs of an organisation and its context, is often a crucial driver to promote the necessary change. People are driven by purpose, and they commit more easily to what they believe. We help organisations in transformation to pass the right sustainability message, that can build on their day-to-day reality.

Your organisation’s teams find it hard to believe that sustainability can make a difference, as they do not see immediate results solving your sector’s main challenges?

Do you want to motivate your organisation’s teams to take part of the transformation towards sustainability?

Your clients are pushing you towards sustainability and you do not know where to start, having a sense of overwhelming with all the regulation and requirements that you must comply with?

There is no one-size-fits-all in the sustainability path, do you have specific challenges that you are struggling to overcome?

We can help you!

Our team believes in sector-specific transformation and is experienced in setting up tailored training actions that can contribute to motivate organisation’s collaborators to overcome the specific sector and/or value chain’s sustainability challenges.

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Sustainable development requires an integrated approach that takes into consideration environmental concerns along with economic development. In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Today, there are almost 140 developing countries in the world seeking ways of meeting their development needs, but with the increasing threat of climate change, concrete efforts must be made to ensure development today does not negatively affect future generations. [United Nations - https://www.un.org/en/academic-impact/sustainability]