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To increase understanding of the Eco-Schools programme and its links to sustainability and to enable schools to progress to a Green Flag award
This training course has been designed to assist front line service managers in designing, implementing and delivering combined Street Scene services.
This training course is aimed at providing advice and support to local authority Directors, managers and officers, private sector contractors and land managers responsible for the design, implementation and delivery of Street Cleansing services.
To provide front line street cleansing employees (street cleansing operatives) with the knowledge needed to perform their operational tasks in a manner which is efficient, safe, reaches the required standards and has proper regard to others who may be affected by their activity or presence
This training course will investigate a range of methods that could be employed to engage with residents and the general public to reduce litter and improve the local environmental quality.
This course aims to enable delegates to promote sustainable behaviour and effectively engage young people in initiatives to improve the environment
This course aims to increase understanding of the Eco-Schools award criteria, and enable schools to confidently undertake the Green Flag application and assessment process.
The aim of this training is to successfully and safely remove graffiti by hand.
Street champion schemes recruit local residents and others on a voluntary basis to help improve the quality of their local environment by identifying and reporting incidents of litter, graffiti, fly-tipping and other issues, as well as carrying out clean-up activities themselves.
This course aims to enable delegates to devise and deliver their own campaigns in-house, and understand the wider context of marketing and communications.