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|ISEB Foundation Certificate in Green IT training in International House, E1W|
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Every organisation now faces the challenge of providing cost effective quality services, against a background of economic downturn, volatile energy costs and an obligation to the environment to reduce its carbon footprint. Because of this, organisations are increasingly looking towards their ICT group to lead the way and to assist them in their need to becoming greener.
There is a common consensus across all industry sectors that organisations have a responsibility to cut their carbon dioxide emissions if the effects of climate change are to be addressed. The IT community is in a prime position to lead their organisation in achieving this requirement. Whether it is by implementing simple efficiencies such as encouraging companies to utilise their IT assets for longer or more complex remedies such as server virtualisation, IT can lead the way in helping deliver an organisation's green credentials.
This is a 3 day Instructor Lead Training Course aimed at:
The course is accredited by, and follows the syllabus specified by, the Information Systems Examination Board (ISEB) and culminates in an optional one-hour 40 question multiple-choice examination for the ISEB Foundation Certificate in Green IT. The pass mark required is 26 from 40 (65%)
Please note that this course provides 21 Hours of Contact Education/Professional Development Units towards PMI PMP certification/re-certification.
An understanding of the overall environmental need for an organisation to adopt a Green IT strategy including:
Identification of the organisation's external drivers and opportunities for greening its IT including:
Identification and understanding of the organisation's internal drivers, opportunities and benefits of adopting a Green IT strategy including:
Understanding of the main government policies and the goals and objectives of UK and EU legislation pertaining to Green IT
Understanding how to create a Green IT policy, its role and importance.
How to assess an Organisation's business operations, IT use and products/services in terms of their energy consumption and understand the associated Primary and Secondary carbon footprint.
Understanding of product lifecycles including:
How to audit and assess an organisation's functions and processes to identify energy and carbon inefficiencies and opportunities for IT to realise energy efficiencies, and carbon reductions
Understanding the importance, risks, issues and opportunities around:
Understanding the difference between embodied emissions and those related to consumption
Understanding how to make sustainable IT procurements and how to best use and recycle/re-use/dispose of IT assets to meet external expectations and requirements by enhancing sustainability
Gaining a practical understanding of the benefits of a Green IT Action Plan
Understanding the opportunity for the organisation to reduce its Carbon Footprint by investing in IT growth and the concept of Silicon Trading
Understanding the concept of 'Green Wash' and how it can be overcome
Understanding how to create and implement a joined-up Green IT strategy
The importance of aligning the Green IT strategy to an organisation's environmental and sustainability policy.
The roles and responsibilities associated with Green IT including:
Finance and Cost Benefit Analysis including:
Understanding how to manage external relationships and stakeholder expectations
Understanding how to manage and change staff behaviours towards adopting greener ways of working
This course is complementary to the CompTIA® Green IT Certificate Course and it is strongly recommended that delegates who wish to have a further in-depth understanding of the technical factors of Green IT should attend both courses.
This course forms part of the following certification track(s) or skills path(s):
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