Climate Emergency Training for Youth Workers (online)

06jul12:00 am06oct12:00 amClimate Emergency Training for Youth Workers (online)Knowledge, skills and tools to help youth workers engage young people in the issue of climate change. Online(July 6) 12:00 am - (October 6) 12:00 am OrganiserKeep Scotland BeautifulEvent TypeWorkshop & Training

Event Details

The course is split over three modules. Each
module includes 1-2 hours of course work, to go through at your own time
and pace, and a 90-minute group webinar. We will be using Zoom for
delivering the webinars.

Module 1 – Climate Science and Impacts

module will cover the basics of the science behind “Global Warming” and
“Climate Change”. It will highlight the various “Greenhouse Gases” and
how these are emitted by human activities. It will also discuss some
of the current and potential future impacts at an international,
national and local level.

Module 2 – Climate Justice and Our Response

module will cover how the impacts of Climate Change are likely to
affect the most vulnerable and the least responsible in society. How we
are responding to the issue on an international, national and local

Module 3 – Action and Communication

module will cover our own personal behaviours and how they can impact
climate change. We will also investigate how to make personal and group
behaviour changes that can help to contribute to tackling climate
change. The group webinar will discuss how we can best communicate and
inspire young people to respond to the issue.

completion of this online course you will have the opportunity to be
certified as Carbon Literate, this will involve completing a short
assessment. Please note you must complete all three modules to be

Who is this course for?

Anyone who works with young people or interact with young people in a formal or informal setting.



July 6 (Monday) 12:00 am - October 6 (Tuesday) 12:00 am


Keep Scotland Beautiful

Keep Scotland Beautiful is the charity that campaigns, educates and acts on a range of local, national and global sustainability issues. We work collaboratively to achieve positive change; improving people’s quality of life and environment. Our vision: A clean, green sustainable Scotland where people are engaged positively and empowered to take action on local, national and global sustainability issues in order to achieve positive change in behaviour and improve quality of life.
[email protected] Glendevon House, The Castle Business Park, Stirling, FK9 4TZ

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