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  • Climate Emergency Training for youth workers

    Created: 19/01/2022

    Keeping Scotland Beautiful is running free, online Climate Emergency Training for youth workers and those working with young people.

    This course will help you to gain an understanding of the climate emergency and it will equip you with the skills and tools you need to support young people in climate action. Following COP26 it has never been more important to support young people’s concerns about climate change and turn it into positive action.

    Not only will you gain knowledge, skills and some real-life ideas for communicating and working with young people on this topic, but for those who successfully complete the course, you have the opportunity to earn a certificate of Carbon Literacy – a vital qualification for supporting young people in climate action.

    The training is part of the Scottish Government funded COP26 Youth Climate Programme and is being delivered by Keep Scotland Beautiful and YouthLink Scotland.

    New February and March training dates have just been released - find out more/book your place here.

     




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