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IEMA Pathways to Net Zero – Virtual Classroom

IEMA Pathways to Net Zero – Virtual Classroom

IEMA Pathways to Net Zero Virtual

The IEMA Pathways to Net Zero Course is a course which gives clear, consistent guidance on best practice on response to the climate crisis, the course aims to provide supervisors and leaders with a strategic and operational overview of environmental sustainability as it affects their specific industry.


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Is this course right for me?

This 2 day course is ideally suited for supervisors and managers across all sectors and has no formal entry requirements, however it is strongly preferred that the candidate is in a practicing role that will allow them to deeply understand the areas explored over the duration of the course.

The climate crisis is an urgent issue for everyone. The UK government has set an ambitious target to reach net zero by 2050 and all businesses of all sizes across the globe need to play a part if we are to reach those goals. This training course is designed for all sizes of business starting their journey towards sustainability, with an emphasis on responding to net zero and carbon neutrality. It sets out the business case and imperative for cutting emissions, and explains practical, focused ways to decarbonize.

This course is taught via virtual classroom.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about this course, please do not hesitate to contact our Central team, during working hours, on 01437 753 445 / 01437 753 320 or anytime via email

  • No formal entry requirements

This course will cover the following elements:

  • Why Net Zero? – The element explains net zero and outlines the urgency of the underlying climate science driving net zero agenda. The element also covers UK and International policy
  • Responding to Net Zero – Showcasing the risks and opportunities of net zero including future business viability, reputation and supply chain vulnerabilities. The element also looks at internal capacity for delivering net zero.
  • Greenhouse gas accounting – The element explains how to establish a greenhouse gas inventory as well as the main principles of greenhouse gas accounting (including using activity data and emission factors.
  • Carbon Neutrality – The element explains what carbon neutral means and its application for organisations, products and services
  • Net Zero Methodologies – The element explains how to establish science-based targets and how to establish a net zero strategy
  • Developing a decarbonisation plan – Implement a decarbonisation plan with suitable targets and milestones to deliver net zero objective
  • Net zero across the value chain – The element explains how to reduce greenhouse emissions where these are influenced but not directly controlled
  • Communicating net zero – The element explains how to communicate externally about responses to the climate crisis, net zero and making robust green claims

Learners are able to complete either the full qualification or certain units or elements through the medium of Welsh/bilingually. Visit our Welsh Language in the College page to find out what else is available to you.

  • Online examination

The IEMA Foundation Certificate is a perfect gateway to the IEMA Certificate in Environmental Management course.

  • You will need to bring your own device/laptop for this course, click here to find out more

Any costs above are approximate and may change. For information on refunds and course cancellations please see the fee policy.

  • No additional costs

Any costs above are approximate and may change. For information on refunds and course cancellations please see the fee policy.

The College takes all reasonable steps to provide the educational services and courses as described above. Details are correct at the time of editing but may be subject to change without prior notice. Courses will not run if student numbers are insufficient. The College has the right to refuse individuals entry to courses in certain circumstances. Prospective students may be advised of more suitable alternatives, if appropriate. The entry requirements stated are those that are normally required to undertake the programme of study.
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