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Get Moving on Sustainability

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The UK’s Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management has launched ‘Get moving on sustainability: a campaign for change’ which calls on FM professionals to accelerate their organisation’s journey towards Net Zero by upskilling knowledge.

Emphasising the ‘critical’ role of workplace and facilities managers in securing a more sustainable future as organisational ‘lynchpins’ who bring together landlords, end-users and the supply chain, IWFM has introduced three new courses:

Environmental sustainability skills for facilities workers
A concentrated one-day course provides a practical introduction to environmental sustainability, ensuring that frontline workers are equipped with the knowledge and understanding to make a positive difference within their organisation or with customers. Find out more.

Environmental sustainability skills for facilities managers
A two-day course supports managers and supervisors in understanding their role within environmental sustainability and the impact it has on their team and department. The course enables learners to contribute to improving the environmental performance of their organisation and is ideal for rapidly upskilling teams and those who oversee operational objectives. Find out more.

Pathways to net zero for facilities managers
A two-day course provides supervisors and leaders with guidance on best practice in response to the climate crisis, and strategic and operational overviews of environmental sustainability as it affects their industry and work area. Find out more.

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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