95 of the UK’s top built environment contractors, FM service providers, clients and suppliers are now Partners to the Supply Chain Sustainability School and are recommending the School as the ‘go-to’ sustainability resource for their supply chains.

CPD activities

- What the School can do for your Business

- Sustainable Procurement; Responsible Sourcing; Meeting Sustainability Requirements in your Clients’ Procurement Processes; Heat Mapping; Supply Chain Mapping; Developing effective Local and SME Supply Chains; Engaging a Diverse Supply Chain

- Meeting Contractors’ Ethical Business Requirements

- Waste and Resource Efficiency; Circular Economy and metrics; Responsible Waste Management in FM

- Sustainable Construction; Green Infrastructure; Sustainable Homes; Sustainability in Groundworks; Sustainability on Site; Sustainability at work

- Air Quality For Plant and Equipment

- Biodiversity

- Measuring & Maintaining Sustainability; Performance Measurement

- Understanding Social Value; Economy and Community

- Supply Chain Mapping and Modern Slavery; Responding to Modern Slavery Act 2015; Introduction to Modern Slavery; Using Supply Chains to Combat Modern Slavery

- Fir: Recruiting People, Fairly and Inclusively

- Water; Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)

- Wellbeing

- Materials; Understanding Timber Sustainability and Chain of Custody; BES 6001

- Environmental Management; Getting Value Out of Your EMS

- Climate change and Carbon; Carbon Reporting for SME’s in Infrastructure; Overheating in Homes; Reduce Carbon, Reduce Costs; Carbon in Infrastructure; The Performance Gap; Carbon Reporting; Delivering Energy and Carbon-Efficient Buildings; Life Cycle Analysis; Energy Management Efficiency

- FM: Local and SME Spend in FM; The Business Case for Sustainability in FM; Building Management; People, Skills and Labour Practices in FM; Sustainability in Food, Drink and Catering

- Introduction to CEEQUAL

- Plant: Sourcing Sustainable Plant for Construction Projects

- Labour: Sourcing Sustainably for your Construction Project

- Sustainable Use & Management of Plastics

- Offsite Construction: Onsite Process; Logistics; Best in Class Maintenance; DfMA: Design for Manufacture & Assembly

- Management: Quality; Supply Chain Management; Project Management; Marketing and Business Development; Leading Change; Leadership; Collaborative Planning

- Lean Construction: Problem Solving and Continuous Improvement; 5S Workplace Organisation; Lean Construction and Waste; Visual Management; Standardised Work; Collaborative Planning and Production Control; Value Stream Mapping

- BIM; BIM Maturity

Who should attend?
Our training is all free and is designed for anyone working in the built environment, but can be relevant to many types of industry.

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