Green Committee Training

One of the biggest problems for any business wishing to install a Green program is the lack of good information and the void of a clear plan for corporate Greening. There seems little question that every business will eventually become a Green business, but how to get there is a journey into the unknown with very little instruction. Appointing a Green officer within the business seems like a good idea, but what qualifies an employee to take on the duties of a Green officer or even to participate in a Green Committee?

Green officers should not merely be appointed, or fall into the job because of a “Better-than-Average” environmental aptitude. A Green officer should be like other valued duties in the company. These workers need to be informed, trained, and clear on how to accomplish their job. Unfortunately, this knowledge has not been previously available in the marketplace until now.

The body of knowledge required and the methodology of Greening a business is staggering. A Green business simply does not have the time and talent to install a Green program. The size of properly Greening a business defaults most businesses into the ugly position of Greenwashing. Greenwashing, or “Token Green” means that a company does the minimum possible to earn the Green title, but makes it sound like Green is a major effort.

The Green Business League has trained hundreds of Certified Green Consultants throughout the U.S. and Canada, and now does similar programs in other countries as well. The Green Business League is now offering Green Officer Training for anyone who is presently or hopes to be an in-house Green officer. Green Officer Training is offered in live two and a half day classes or online. The live classes are highly recommended whenever there is a choice.

Green Officer Training begins with the core elements of Green, Sustainability, Conservation, and Pollution. These four segments are actually the “Four Corners of Environmentalism.” The training program also covers global warming, carbon credits, indoor air quality, energy, waste, paperless office, and the Green Supply Chain as well other needful subjects. The course provides more than 250 pages of vital text and a large amount of important supporting information. The Green Officer Training is remarkable in its capacity to provide a broad array of on-target information in a well-prepared package.

Information gradually gives way to the practical side of a step-by-step process for Greening any kind of business. Unlike the LEED program, the business need not own the building. The business may rent, lease, or own the facilities. This is because the program is keyed on “Green Practices,” meaning the daily operation/function of the business.

Most attendees will be surprised to learn that Going Green will produce a potentially strong cash savings for any kind of business. Students will discover that the Green process will bring numerous efficiencies to their company. Greening a business actually includes a number of applications that will often save the company money, increase profits, and improve worker performance.

Ultimately, the Green Officer Training provides a clear path for Green business certification. All Green improvements carry a point value in this system. When a company reaches on hundred points, the company can apply for this trademark certification from the Green Business League/. Practically speaking, this training program offers a clear solution that cuts through the Greenwashing and mystery to allow company to be “Authentically Green” using a truly independent review and certification.

Every Green business needs to train a Green Officer to make the program effective. Avoiding Greenwashing is a very important factor in a marketplace that is full of Green Hype. Send your Green Officer to a two day training that will qualify them and teach them that Going Green saves the company a a lot of money. Green Business League is the leader in the Green Practices program.

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