The modules are based on departments that need to be audited against sustainability criteria that are assessed for developing an environmental policy or for an eco-label certification.
The course curriculum is based on the major Eco-certification sustainability assessment criteria (e.g. Green Key and TravelLife).
Addresses issues in the workplace
The content meets the expectations of adult learners through scenarios of the actual work environment (workplace).
Environment, Economy, Society
The course addresses the three interrelated pillars of sustainable development.
Dynamic update (up-to-date) educational content
The course material is constantly updated (up-to-the-fly) by leading experts in sustainability.
Immediate access to expertise
By eliminating the geographical constraints, the expertise is free to travel almost anywhere. This transformation allows information on highly specialized topics to reach more people, paving the way for improving the quality of training.
Exceptional digital content quality with a very user-friendly GUI.
Where we draw our content from
American Hotel & Lodging Association
Buildings Performance Institute Europe BPIE
Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply
Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, The Scholarly Commons
Environmental Protection Agency EPA, U.S. (Energy Star, Water Sense program, Waste Wise program)
Eurostat, European Union
International Tourism Partnership, Environmental Management for Hotels, The Industry Guide for Sustainable Operations
The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP)
United Nations Sustainable development knowledge platform