Carbon Literacy Training for Staff

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In order to access this course, you will first need to register using your Manchester Met email address. You can do this by clicking here.

You can then self-enrol in the course below:

Free

How to be a Community Advocate

Do you want to know how you can be a Community Advocate and make positive, meaningful change in the communities where you live and/or work? 'How to be a Community Advocate' will give you the chance to learn from a number of community advocates who have worked with communities across the North to make positive change. This course aims to provide inspiration about the potential for community advocacy, to learn about the principles behind it and the steps that you can take in your communities, university and workplaces to change things for the better.

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Free

Behaviour Design

In this course, you’ll develop the tools of Behaviour Design. We will introduce Behaviour Design's uses, the frameworks used, explore how it adds to Design Thinking and work through the process of designing behaviour change.

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Free

Anti-Racism: Responding to Coronavirus

Pek-San Tan invites you to explore the association between the Coronavirus pandemic and racism.

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Free

Supporting Vulnerable Children

Dr Lalith Wijedoru invites you to respond to the question of how we make vulnerable children visible during lockdowns.

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Free

Using Rise to Support Faculty and Service Owned Activities

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Free

Future Role of Cities

Laoise Flanagan asks you to think about the role of our cities in a post-Covid world.

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Free

Carbon Literacy for Universities

This course will give you an introduction to the basics of climate change science and what we can do to tackle climate change. It is open to all staff at Manchester Met.

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Free

Carbon Literacy for Staff

This course will give you an introduction to the basics of climate change science and what we can do to tackle climate change. It is open to all staff at Manchester Met.

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Free

Promote Sustainable Food

Jonny Sadler challenges you to engage the city in the theme of food-related carbon emissions.

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Free

Live Performance in a Digital Age

Jude Christian asks you to preserve the experience of live performance in a digital age

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Free

Reduce Agricultural Emissions

Ian Randall invites you to think creatively in reducing farming emissions.

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Free

Wellbeing for Dementia

Health practitioners Clare and Kate invite you to find ways to support those with Dementia.

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Free

Support Fellow Students

Helen Laville invites you to innovate in how we welcome new students

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Free

Understanding the Climate Challenge

This specialism will give you an introduction to the basics of climate change science and what we can do to tackle climate change.

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Free

Civic and Public Spaces

Consider how we can work in and with civic public space to address contemporary issues

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