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AlertForce Launches Carbon Management Training
Australia’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) training company, AlertForce (AF), launched an online training program that teaches participants the various processes that are believed to cause climate change and greenhouse gases.
AF is currently offering four Carbon Management (CTICM) courses which would effectively enable participants to gain a clear and concise understanding of the several key aspects of Carbon Management. Every participant is granted a 90-day period to complete a course. Upon competition of each individual course, the participant will receive a Statement of Attainment for each respective subject. Every credit gained would then be put forth towards the attainment of a 91500NSW Certificate III in Carbon Management
Each online training course will include 90 minutes of online study, study notes, and an online exam. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to engage in a gathering of evidence component. Since the courses are online they are offered in a manner that is conducive to each participant’
AF’s Carbon Management Training is comprised of four courses The first course CTICM301A-
• CTICM302A Measure carbon emissions in three scopes
• CTICM303A Evaluate carbon reduction and renewable energy options
• CTICM304A Assist implementation and monitoring of a Carbon Management
Participating in this efficient training regimen can enable participants to leverage all their low carbon opportunities whilst promoting their green reputation. These course can enable business leaders to improve their green reputation and low carbon opportunities without costly errors or penalties.
Contact: Brendan Torazzi – CEO AlertForce. Ph: 1300 627 246
AlertForce (http://alertforce.com.au) specialises in delivering fast, competency-
based, interactive short online courses to mitigate risk and health and safety hazards in