Earlier this year we asked those who work in the Further Education and Training sector to tell us about their experiences and opinions relating to sustainability by taking part in our survey. We wanted to better understand the sector’s needs, barriers, opportunities, and how we can help.
The research results have since been collated and we can now reveal a detailed look at the findings and accompanying resources. Join Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), in this live SET webinar to learn more about the research results, how the ETF is using the findings to promote further uptake of ESD, and how they can support your own sustainability work.
Watch the recording below. To access the resources, please visit the ETF website.
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