This workshop will be focussed on how to form a business case for reduction interventions and organisation-wide measures that need sign off from a board, funders, finance and legal teams; a key theme being the effective communication of complex issues in an accessible, persuasive way. Workshops on these days are much more group focused and discussion led. Groups will cover various sectors tackle: commercial (small local to multi-national); public sector; healthcare; education. Each has its own particular challenges when it comes to setting long-term strategic targets.
Delegates will deal with energy and carbon data and related tasks as part of their role within their company and will be responsible for implementing changes based on the analysis and results. Delegates who have completed day 1 and 2 will also be eligible for this course.
- Project & Senior Architects / Project Directors
- Local Authority
- Quantity Surveyors
- Sustainability professionals
- Contractors: Division and Sector Directors / Head of sustainable services
- Building Services and Structural Engineers: Project & Senior Engineers / Project Directors
- Developers: Head of projects / Head of Property or facilities / Head of sustainability
- Facilities Managers: Project Directors / Facilities Director
- Understanding of how to implement changes organisation-wide
- Understanding of how to get senior/board level engagement? What are the associated contractual requirements? Are there legislative consequences?
- Understanding of asset ratings vs. in-use energy data
- Learn about in-use case studies and findings from TSB BPE
- Be able to develop and perform appropriate benchmarking
- Be able to develop a business case for reduction interventions
- Understanding of the legislative landscape and consequences of non-compliance
- Be able to gain board engagement on energy related matters – what is the bottom line and how to appeal to it – company CSR reporting, branding and company positioning
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