Energy and Environment Education and Training
Train your employees in ways to protect the energy and environmentWith today’s awareness of protecting the environment, it’s important that all your employees practice good stewardship. Many corporations are actively working to provide greener, self-sustainable products to their consumers. With a good understanding of ways to preserve our energy resources and environment, your employees can pass these good practices on to your customers.
Local power companies often offer training programs to introduce your employees to best practices. It is also possible to find a wide range of training activities that you can easily tailor to fit your needs, regardless of the size or nature of your business. Other good sources of energy and environment education and training are state, national and international agencies. Schools and universities also provide a wealth of information. You can often find training from the following organizations as well:
1. Utility companies.
2. Thermal energy companies.
3. Solar energy companies.
4. Water energy companies.
Find general information about the energy and environment for staff training
University of Northern Iowa offers a number of courses and workshops for energy and environment education and training. The United Nations Environment Programme offers a number of workshops and downloadable documents to help environmental energy companies, as well as the general public, understand the importance of energy and environment on the global economy.
Use energy and environment information from governmental agenciesThe federal government and states are taking an active role in promoting energy and environment education. Check your state's website to find specific training available locally.
United States Bureau of Land Management offers a number of training presentations concerning best management practices for environment companies and energy industry companies to use. The Kentucky Energy and Environmental Cabinet offers a number of educational options aimed at the general public.
Enroll in energy and environment college classesA number of colleges offer coursework toward a degree in Environmental Science. Even if you don't want a degree in energy and environmental studies, you can sign up for classes at a nearby college or university. It's also possible to find courses in this field at a community college.
University of Oregon offers a number of classes designed to help educate individuals and companies in the energy industry on the importance of using energy resources wisely. The Brown University Center for Environment Studies can give you the training you need for a career with an energy and environment company, an electric company or other utility services as the environmental specialist.
- Create a file to store all your training information on energy and environment. This makes it easier to bring new hires up to speed on the same training the rest of your employees have already received.
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