Green Skills Course
Ernst & Young announced the launch of the Green Skills Passport (GSP), which aims to provide participants over the age of 16 with free online learning opportunities.
There will be 24 million green jobs globally in 2030, and green skills courses will focus on cultivating suitable employees for these positions to promote the application of sustainable development.
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Contents of Green Skills Course
The green skills course needs 10 hours to complete. Participants will receive training in sustainability, enterprise and job skills, and receive a certificate upon completion of the course. In addition, the course will provide participants with access to green data websites and databases, as well as opportunities to explore relevant roles.
At present, green skills courses have been piloted in some countries, and more than 1,400 participants have obtained green course certificates. 61% of the participants plan to find green jobs in the future, and 43% plan to continue taking sustainable development courses.
How to Enroll in the Course
After logging in to the website (gsp.ey.com), participants need to register an account. GSP courses can be found in the Course Library and you can start learning. Participants need to read the course content and complete the corresponding questions. After completing the three parts of sustainability, enterprise, and work skills, you can obtain a certificate from the Certificate section.