This intensive two week course is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge of the environmental operations at events. It will also enable you to undertake and carry out environmental assessments for a wide range of different indoor and outdoor events on behalf of A Greener Festival.
Events, festivals and venues look to A Greener Festival to provide trained Assessors that are able to assess their activities and offer advice on how they can make their events more environmentally friendly.
You may be:
How you'll learn
With Falmouth Flexible, you access your course content, interactions with other students and tutors, and learning resources, through Canvas, an easy-to-use online platform.
You can access the course wherever you are in the world, and you can stop, pause and rewind lectures whenever you want.
Study is entirely online with learning supported by the use of real event case-studies.
The assessment is taken and submitted online at the end of the course and takes the form of multiple choice questions.
Throughout your studies, you’ll be supported by a student advisor. Their job is to answer any non-academic queries you may have, and they can be contacted via email, phone, text or WhatsApp.
You should have:
You will benefit from a unique, global perspective on good practice and the development of green initiatives gathered from around the world by A Greener Festival over the last decade. You will need to engage and complete the full two week course and pass the assessment at the end in order to pass and receive the certification.
Please note the topic order is subject to change.
Week two During week two you will cover the remaining operational issues:
Whilst it’s clear that Covid 19 has had an immediate and damaging impact on the event industry’s economic sustainability the lockdown has conversely had a positive impact on the environment.
The next A Greener Festival Assessor Training will include a special webinar devoted to assessing the implications of the pandemic for the environmental and social as well as economic sustainability of the event industry.