Self-paced online course Driving Sustainable Business in Times of Green Transition starting
Welcome to our transformative 10-week self-paced online course Driving Sustainable Business in Times of Green Transition. This program is meticulously designed to equip professionals with the essential knowledge and practical skills needed to navigate the complex landscape of sustainability in the EU.
- Why Green Matters
Explore the urgency of embracing sustainability through engaging content on climate change impacts, circular economy benefits, and the significance of sustainable finance. Understand how these factors shape the future business landscape.
- Comprehensive Modules
Dive into eight carefully curated modules, covering Sustainability Fundamentals, Climate Change Impacts, Circular Economy, Sustainable Finance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Innovation and Technology, and Future Perspectives.
- Interactive Learning
Experience a dynamic learning environment with videos, reading materials, self-testing quizzes, reflection questions, and access to external digital tools. Our self-paced approach ensures flexibility to accommodate your busy schedule.
- Why enroll
This course is tailored for business professionals, entrepreneurs, and anyone keen on driving sustainable change within their organizations. Ideal for executives, managers, and decision-makers striving to align their companies with the EU's evolving sustainability landscape.
Embark on this transformative journey, shaping the future of sustainable business in the green transition era. Enroll now and be a catalyst for positive change!
This is a self-paced online course, allowing participants to learn at their own pace, dedicating approximately 6 hours per week, with a total of 10 hours during the final project week. All total 78 academic hours, value is 3 ECTS credits
The course unfolds module by module without live meetings (except intro session), promoting consistent and structured learning on our platform. Modules are released every Monday, incorporating diverse materials such as texts, videos, reflective exercises, and quizzes for independent engagement. Each module ends with a practical assignment to reinforce understanding.
Independent assignments contribute to the final project, submitted after the last module. No grades are assigned to in-course work; feedback on the final project is given individually.
Successful course completion requires at least 60% of coursework and assignment fulfillment.
NB! NB! The module will be opened only if there is demand of the course. If you are interested in, please contact us before December 15th to provide you with an early-bird price.
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