Learn about retrofit in the context of climate change and social justice, inspire others to take action.
Description: This two part training sets retrofit within the wider context of action on climate change. Equips participants with an understanding of the part retrofit can play in the creation of a socially just and sustainable future. As well as an understanding of the political context this training covers the basics of home energy assessments, understanding electricity use and heat loss.
For: Students, housing professionals, community energy groups, environmental groups or local volunteers.
Benefit: Gain knowledge, motivation and skills to inspire others.
Knowledge required: None
Trainers: Helen Grimshaw, URBED and Julian Tomlin
The training has been accredited by the Greater Manchester Carbon Literacy Standard and all successful completers will receive a Carbon Literacy Certificate.
Dates: Run on demand
Cost: £60-£80 per person, group discounts available
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This training is a part of Carbon Co-op's Home Energy Training Programme, see more here: carbon.coop/training