Most companies insist employees take courses such as “sexual harassment in the workplace” or ADOBE or MICROSOFT training. There is a growing trend in companies such as Wal Mart, Dell and Shell to implement green best practices. Mitchell says, " Employees can buy-in more from getting the basics of green education as compliance for company policies."
Green Education Online says there is a lack of suitable tools to move boardrooms forward with sustainability. “Our distributor network is growing and we are seeing more interest since the Obama election.” Says Mitchell. “If employees understand "why" it is essential to plan for sustainability practices, and to be held accountable by stakeholders, all will benefit when policies to conserve water resources and manage waste, become part of their corporate culture.” Their catalog satisfies the LEED 3.0 and 4.0 components for internal training for occupants of organizations who are seeking additional points on projects looking at certification. The courses are administered in a "sustainable"
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