Are you involved in running a community building in the Ryedale area? Are you interested in exploring ways to reduce your environmental impact and make it more sustainable?
Delivered by Kate Urwin, the Yorkshire Energy Doctor CIC, this new 2-session course is for those in the Ryedale district who want to make their community buildings more environmentally sustainable. Learn how to reduce your energy use and costs, discover how to undertake an eco-audit of your building, explore alternative energy sources and develop ideas on engaging with the wider community.
What will you learn?
By the end of this course you should:
- Understand how to undertake an eco-audit of your community building
- Recognise ways to reduce your energy use and costs
- Have an overview of better energy usage and efficiency.
- Have ideas on how to engage the wider community.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for those involved in all types of community buildings and will provide an overview on how to achieve better energy efficiency, reduce your carbon footprint and may even save some money on energy bills.
Please note that this is a 2-week course:
- Monday 21 September
- Friday 25 September
This course will be delivered by Kate Urwin, the Yorkshire Energy Doctor. Yorkshire Energy Doctor is a Community Interest Company (CIC) based in Riccall, near Selby, in North Yorkshire. They are a not-for-profit organisation working to tackle fuel poverty and to ensure that everyone is able to heat their home at an affordable cost. Kate works in partnership with a number of different organisations and delivers advice through the Warm and Well project in North Yorkshire.
If you have any questions about the training or how to book, then please contact Kate Urwin on email@example.com or you can call her on 01757 249100 or 07738 818391.