ABTA offers travel carbon literacy training

Friday, 10 Mar, 2023 0

ABTA is offering members and partners a new training course on carbon literacy for travel and tourism.

The course is accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project.

Carbon Literacy is an awareness of climate change, and everyday climate impacts.

After completing training, delegates can take a short assessment to achieve certification as carbon literate.

ABTA believes this is the only accredited training on carbon literacy in travel and tourism.

The course was developed in response to feedback from members.

The course ran for the first-time in November and all delegates who went on to take the assessment passed.

ABTA has scheduled two for the first half of this year, with the next one on 26 April and another for June.

Discounts are available for ABTA members and partners.

A full list of ABTA’s sustainability resources is in the MemberZone.

ABTA is also holding its Delivering Sustainable Travel Conference on 24 May 2023.

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Learn more about :   ABTA ( United Kingdom )  


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