COVID-19 has thrown us into a difficult time, and as we emerge from this it’s important to explore how we can use our experiences to continue that progress. The climate crisis is one of the greatest challenges that will go on affecting all aspects of business and society unless we take action.
Nearly half of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) enrolled on the High Level Skills programme across D2N2 to date, do not have a sustainability policy. While this is only one indicator of practice it represents a significant area for development and opportunity for local SMEs.
Nottingham Business School (NBS) and the Green Academy at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) have developed a fully-funded, accredited short course to support managers and employees within local small businesses to enhance their personal appreciation and become a change-maker, post-COVID-19, in their own life and work.
This programme aims to help you grow as a business by creating a more diverse, creative and productive workforce through our two complementary projects, which are:
To find out more and for details on the offer from NTU and our partners, download the NTU programme brochure.
The Government issued its response to the Corporate Transparency and Register Reform Consultation on Friday 18th September 2020.Read more
The University of Derby can support Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire SMEs with £1000 support funding if they recruit a recent University of...Read more
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