Green Training?

Can training be made more green? Jeremy Woods from Anglia Training Associates thinks so:

“Having been involved in green things for about 30 years it seemed appropriate to make a contribution to the Training business in some way. This consumes energy, just like any other business, involving travel, the use of facilities and consumables. In the case of the latter this is mainly paper.Think about the energy content of a sheet of A4 copy paper. The trees were cut down by mechanical means, transported to a paper mill where a large energy input is used to reduce the tree to pulp. Then paper production including heating and drying. It then has to be transported – somewhere and it’s heavy.” CONT


On a related note, Integration Training is currently looking for “green trainers” (in this case trainers who work with companies specifically in green issues) – please get in touch if you work in this area.