Teacher Training: Gobar Times Green Schools Programme

Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE’s) Environment Education Unit (EEU) conducts two-day training programmes for teachers, educators, development workers and people interested in environment education.

Be a Green TeacherParticipants are guided through the different modules of the Gobar Times Green Schools Programme (GTGSP), and trained on how they can implement the programme in their schools with the help of students. The training also includes interactive sessions and film presentations.

The training programme would include activities and discussions on following issues:

Water conservation, Rain water harvesting, Sanitation, Water recycle/reuse, Air Pollution, Commuting practices, Oxygen balance, Ventilation, Green Area, Biodiversity, Pesticide use, Afforestation, Energy conservation, Cleaner and renewable sources of energy, Waste segregation, Waste reuse/recycle, Waste disposal, Global Warming.

Course fee:

The course fee is Rs. 1000 for one participant and Rs. 1600 for two participants from the same institution. The amount needs to be paid by DD in favour of Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi.

For more information, contact:

Gobar Times Green Schools Programme Teacher’s Training
Shankar Musafir/Ashish Shah
Phone: 011-29955125, 29956394
Email: eeu@cseindia.org

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