|At the University of Derby, we realise the business community plays a crucial part in ensuring the future of our planet. We have been helping companies become cleaner and greener for years and we know that growing your business whilst being kind to the planet isn’t always easy.
Becoming greener not only helps improve the environment, but it also enables the development of resilience needed to tackle the global challenges we are now faced with.
The University of Derby is offering fully-funded short courses as part of the Branch Out in STEM programme to help you refresh and update digital, analytical and problem-solving skills with an aim of boosting wider STEM knowledge for participants at no cost.
Creating a sustainable future
|By becoming carbon literate, individuals and organisations can take action to reduce their carbon footprint, contribute the global effort to mitigate climate change, and create a more sustainable future.
In this workshop on Thursday 29 June, we will explore the intersection of carbon literacy and data science, and how data science can be used to better understand, analyse, and mitigate the impact of climate change. These techniques can provide insights into the causes and effects of climate change, help identify areas where emissions can be reduced, and evaluate the effectiveness of mitigation strategies.
This short workshop will help you begin to learn these skills with an aim of boosting wider STEM knowledge for participants and workplace skills.
Other upcoming skills development workshops
|Digital skills workshop
|Join us for taster sessions for anyone looking for some top tips on the advanced features of Microsoft Excel and Teams.
The Excel deep dive session will cover some of the more advanced features of MS Excel to help you present and analyse data more effectively.
The MS Teams top tips and new features sessions will share tips on more advanced features, including how to keep your Teams interface more organised.
|Real world leadership
|This workshop on Tuesday 27 June will equip you with tools to tackle the current leadership issues of retention, resilience whilst delivering consistent results. Considering three current issues – you will discover:
|Introducing our new on demand platform
|We are excited to share with you our Business Resources on Demand. The platform will provide you with access to a range of valuable content tailored to support your personal and professional development, covering a variety of topics from leadership and workshop development to wellbeing and inclusion in the workplace and more.
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