The idea behind Eco-Coaching is to offer one-to-one, personalised sessions for people who are particularly interested in reducing one specific area of their carbon footprint. We hope that the sessions will provide plenty of scope for discussion and information exchange, and that they can be spontaneous and fun!
The training will cover three modules:
There’s no need to have prior knowledge of these topics, as we will provide all the training, materials and support necessary.
We’re inviting those interesting in becoming eco-coaches to take part in this training session on February 19 where we will explore the aims of the coaching project and practice using the eco-coaching materials. We’ll also be asking volunteers to provide feedback to each other as well as on the course materials, which we’ll use to help shape the final eco coaching materials and process. There will also be on-going support available when volunteers begin their coaching.
The project is being managed by Sally Fenn, who is a nutritionist, CCF volunteer and involved in the Sustainable Food Cities initiative here in Cambridge.