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Green Economy and Green Jobs

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Tipas: Vidiniai mokymai
Baigimo pažymėjimas: Nėra
Užimtumo tarnyba: Nefinansuoja
Trukmė: 1 d. (8 ak. val.)
Organizatorius: Success.lt (Asociacija „Intelektinio Kapitalo Ugdymas“)

Kaina: 99€

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The learners will be guided into a discussion on environmental issues, why we need to transition to a more sustainable economy, what green jobs are and how they can contribute to the restoration of the environment and to social equity.

Using a series of exercises, small group discussions and presentations, the learners will be encouraged to share their ideas on green jobs within the local job market, identify key skills that are needed to carry out such jobs and discuss their expectations in terms of career prospects following this training.

Mokymų programa:

1. Challenges of the 21st Century: Why do we need to transition to a green economy?
Why we must start doing things in a green way.
A definition of a green job and green skills.
Green jobs that exist on the local job market.
Skills that are needed to find a green job on the local job market.
Main challenges of the 21st Century: averting climate change and environmental degradation & ensuring decent work for all.
The link between diminishing natural resources, impoverished livelihoods and poor quality of life.
The importance and relevance of the 17 SDGs and international and national environmental standards.
ILO definition of decent work: opportunities for women and men to obtain productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity.

2. How does the world of work in a green economy look like?
A definition of the concept of the green economy and compare with the brown economy.
Why we need to transform the way we produce, consume and earn a living to respond to the challenges we are facing.
How the processes of the transition to a green economy are influencing the job market.
How green jobs contribute directly to reducing the environmental impacts of the economy while contributing to social equity.
Examples of existing green jobs in key sectors, including: agriculture, manufacturing, construction, transport, tourism, waste management, water and energy production.
Why many of the jobs we need for an inclusive and green economy do not yet exist.
Actions that may be taken in any job at any level that can help make a job greener.
How soft skills, including collaborative, innovation, and management skills can contribute to the creation of green jobs.

3. Greening of the work environment.
A connection between the work place and environmental degradation.
The concept of the carbon footprint.
Opportunities to make the work place greener by reducing the carbon footprint of the work place.
The concept of green procurement.
How small changes in the workplace can have global results if aggregated.
More environmentally-friendly decisions in the work place and in everyday life.
Identifying greener forms of work (hybrid: office-first, remote-first, full remote, partly remote, flexible hybrid, in-office).
Choosing greener products and services when choosing work processes.
Evaluating contribution to making the work place greener.
Applying resource efficiency skills.

Price 99 EUR/hour. Seminar language English or Lithuanian.

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