Climate change and waste crisis makes us think of sustainable living and reducing waste on the planet. So, we are delighted to invite you to participate in Zero Waste Educator Training. The course will offer a deeper exploration of what we can do to reduce waste – in our homes, in our communities, and in the world. You will also learn how to develop and facilitate Zero Waste workshops.
If you sign for the course, you are expected to participate in all four sessions. Each participant must facilitate one 2-hour session with local community groups or their own community or in their workplace. This will help to create a wave of learning and sharing the knowledge among our community.

Zero Waste Educator Training Description
The following topics are included and delivered through fun and lively participative methodologies and discussions:

  • What is Zero Waste?
  • The Rs and where to start
  • The Zero Waste Movement
  • Why do we need Zero Waste?
  • Waste Statistics
  • The problem with Plastic
  • How to plan and run your own event or workshop
  • Globalisation and Consumerism
  • Economic Growth. Green Growth or Degrowth?
  • The concept of sufficiency and meeting human needs
  • Dealing with apathy and how to involve people in sustainability
  • Paradigm change
  • Nature Connection and Self-Care

Venue: Naas Further Education and Training Centre

Dates:

Saturday, 28th September 10 am – 4 pm

Saturday, 19th October 10 am – 4 pm

Saturday, 30th November 10 am – 4 pm

Saturday, 14th December 10 am – 3 pm

Fee: € 20

If you are interested, please fill out the form attached below and return it with the fee to Community Education, FETCN, Jigginstown, Naas, Co. Kildare.                          

One Thought to “Zero Waste Educator Training”

  1. Michelle Shannon

    Hello, this is wonderful and brings me so much joy to see this being offered.
    I am currently living abroad but will return in October.
    If you are going to run another one please get in touch as I would love to participate.
    In the meantime I will spread the word.

    Thank you!

    Michelle 🙂

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