SCRSolutions Ltd is proud to be the first provider of the new Environment for Business IOSH course in Dundee and Angus.
The first course will be held on 11th May 2017, 9.30 – 4.30pm, at our IOSH training centre – 23 South Tay Street, Dundee, DD1 1NR. The cost is £150 per delegate. Click here to book!
The benefits to business of being more environmentally sustainable are huge. The IOSH one-day course Environment for Business offers an essential introduction to all organisations looking to implement or transition to ISO 14001:2015. Developed with the support of leading environmental experts, the course supports decision-makers to understand compliance responsibilities, how to save money and make money and crucially how to unlock innovation through good environmental management across the value chain.
The course covers
– what is the environment?
– how does the environment have an impact on organisations?
– what are your compliance responsibilities?
– changes to ISO 14001
– how to implement measures to make money, save money and unlock innovation in your value chain.
The course is suitable for anyone who has a role in environmental issues at work. Successful delegates will be awarded an Environment for Business certificate from IOSH, the leading professional body for health and safety.
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The name may be changing but the good work continues…
After 12 years of improving the lives of people in Dundee, Craigowl Communities is changing the way they operate. April 1st, Craigowl’s activities transferred to their sister company, Gowrie Care, who will continue to deliver projects in the city aimed at improving people’s circumstances.
Lynn Cunningham, Craigowl’s managing director explained that
“Craigowl joined the Hillcrest Group six years ago, and this is concluding that merger. With an ever shrinking funding pot, Craigowl like many small charities has to deliver value for money, and by aligning our services with Gowrie Care the important work we have been doing will continue.”
Craigowl delivers services to support people to take steps towards finding and keeping a job, to improve their confidence and self-esteem, to manage debts, benefits and budgeting and to provide opportunities to obtain practical skills and qualifications.
Lynn Cunningham continued that
“Over the last 12 years it is estimated that Craigowl has supported over ten thousand people make positive changes to their lives. Craigowl’s money advice team has helped people claim in-work and other benefits, to the tune of £7.5 m over this period.”
The Craigowl projects will continue to be delivered from The Learning Place in the Hilltown, but under the Gowrie Care name. The expertise Craigowl’s Making Money Work team has developed will not be lost either. This valuable service is being mainstreamed, and the team are moving to Dundee City Council, from where they will continue to deliver the service.
Lynn Cunningham added
“I want to say a big thank you to all the staff that have contributed to Craigowl’s success over the years and wish the teams all the best for the future.”
This DSEN Event is open to all Social Enterprises. To book contact: Raymond Chan at email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01382 504848.