London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 29, 2009 -- "General estimates are that businesses can save 1,000 per employee through better resource management (Envirowise)"
Article 13, in association with Reed Learning, has recently launched the CMI accredited Green Management qualification that can help you and Your organisation save money. This two day course explores: - the issues of resource management; - energy and waste management; and - links it into the overall environmental concerns that are increasingly affecting all businesses alike.
The Green Manager is significantly relevant to businesses in the current economic climate, providing win-win benefits; environmental protection is as crucial as ever, and organisations are more and more looking for ways to make savings and cut costly practices.
Neela Bettridge, Director of Article 13, who have developed a portfolio of Green courses with Reed Learning says, "The present crisis has Highlighted the need for companies to understand the issues that face Us both environmentally and socially. This course enables learning and also creates a fantastic platform for action planning, cutting costs and moving forward positively".
As organisations increasingly feel the effects of climate change, resource management and environmental concerns, so too are leading Edge businesses training their management and staff in becoming 'Green'. Shifts in organisational culture and practice mean that commercially motivated actions are successfully overlapping more and more with actions for the good of our environment.
"Most businesses can save 10% of energy costs with no capital investment."
Mike Sharkey, Business Development Manager at the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) says, "We are pleased to accredit a course that recognises a green approach to management as a core skill. I would recommend this qualification to any manager who wants to attain tangible business benefits via the implementation of a best practice environmental strategy".
The Green Manager has been accredited by the Chartered Management Institute and course delegates have the option to complete an assessment in order to attain the Level 5 Award in Management and Leadership.