Net Zero Emissions - Getting Started

The course is aimed at medium sized organisations, and individuals within those organisations, who have realised that they need to start looking seriously at their carbon footprint. The content will help you understand where you are now, so that you can set realistic and sustainable targets and plans to contribute to the worldwide movement towards Net Zero.


5 x 90 minute virtual classroom sessions plus 1 x 1 hour coaching session

Time (AWST)

Intake 3 (Thursday):
10.00am - 11.30am
Five weeks commencing November 2


Intake 1 (Tuesday):
3.30pm - 5.00pm
Five weeks commencing March 5


Intake 2 (Thursday):
8.30am - 10.00am
Five weeks commencing September 5



What’s it all about? We keep hearing ‘Net-zero by 2050’; we also hear that many countries and organisations worldwide are taking up the challenge to reach this target.

Our new addition to the mini-series range will help you to make sense of what Net Zero Emissions (a term widely popularised since the Paris Agreement in 2015) really are, and in turn help you to make informed decisions about what your organisation should be doing.

Who will benefit

The course is relevant to organisational leaders and managers who are ready to start planning and moving their organisation into the sustainability/net zero space.


  • Session One, Why - The case for Net Zero and Sustainability; the challenges and the benefits
  • Session Two, Where – Which areas of your organisation are you going to focus on initially
  • Session Three, When – Baselining and creating a realistic time-line for achievement
  • Session Four, What – Creating a sustainable, net zero long term plan – build a strategy
  • Session Five - How – Moving from strategic planning to operational planning.
Note: Sessions are not recorded.
If you are unable to attend a session, transfers are not possible.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Understand the terms Net Zero Emissions, Sustainability, and Climate Change, and how each applies to their organisation
  • Identify their baseline and plan their journey to net zero
  • Identify the “easy wins” that they can implement initially at an operational level.
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