As well as signing up to our flagship programme, Green Impact, find out below about these three great ways to link up and learn about sustainability: Sustainability Skills Bank, Micro-internships and internships and Research or Dissertation.
View our short informational video (under 3 minutes) on how we work to prevent waste by following the Waste Prevention Hierarchy. Although aimed primarily at staff and students, we think it's of interest to an even wider audience.
If you would like to access the slides used in the video please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our two flagship programmes to engage students are Green Impact and Student Switch Off. Both provide practical ways to develop your knowledge of a broad range of environmental issues with a healthy dose of fun and competition thrown in.
They also give students valuable training opportunities to develop communication, leadership and motivation skills as well as acquiring skills in environmental auditing.
With training you could become:
Our flagship programme to engage staff is Green Impact, which provides practical ways to develop your knowledge of a broad range of environmental issues with a healthy dose of fun and competition thrown in.
It also gives staff valuable training opportunities to develop communication, leadership and motivation skills as well as acquiring skills in environmental auditing. With training you could become a Project Assistant or Auditor on the Green Impact programme, or run your own team.
This is a half-day course. Training is run on demand so please register your interest.
It is open to all current staff with particular relevance to facilities/building mangers, administrators or similar roles.
This half day information course aims to give attendees insights and information regarding environmental risk and legal compliance.
It will enable you to:
The course is free to attend. We set a maximum number of 10 attendees to allow for discussions around specific site issues.
To register your attendance or to discuss suitability of the course for your role please contact Jennifer Jack on:
Telephone: (01864 6)14893 or email: email@example.com.
The University's Purchasing Department has created a slideshow called 'Introduction to Purchasing' . This includes a useful overview of how to build in sustainable considerations when making a purchase for the University. To view this please visit the University Purchasing website (accessible through single sign on).
If you would like a member of the Environmental Sustainability team to speak to your group please visit Media enquiries.
The Sustainability Skills Bank supports positive sustainable actions and matches the amazing skills of students with small sustainable projects.
In this way staff and students can learn from each other, gain experience and get tasks done. It really is a ‘win-win’ for all involved.
If you’re a student who would like to learn new skills, or a staff member who needs help with a project (or would like to engage a student in your work), look no further.
Find out more here about the Sustainability Skills Bank via the University internal Sharepoint page.
The University’s Environmental Sustainability team offers various sustainability-focused internships. The team and Green Impact teams also make use of micro-internships and student consultancy services. You can submit an application for any of these initiatives through the Careers Service.
To hear about opportunities as they arise sign up to the student mailing list via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are working on a project, like a dissertation as part of your study or role at the University, we may be able to help. We could add real value to your project by sharing our knowledge and data.
Are you interested in partnering with us? If ‘yes’, please contact us at email@example.com.
The wider collegiate University, Oxford city and Oxfordshire county is filled with fantastic opportunities to learn new skills or put your knowledge and interest into practice. All to help build a better environment locally and globally.
To find out more about our local partners and support their work please visit University partners, Community links and Our networks.
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