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2021-2022 Tertiary Education offer launched

Joanna Romanowicz
April 27, 2021

SOS-UK is excited to launch our new and revamped tertiary education offer for 2021/22. We’ve worked to innovate and adapt our long-standing successful programmes such as Green Impact, Responsible Futures and student halls of residence engagement, as well as bringing in new offers for the coming year.

We're excited to launch our new staff and student carbon reduction engagement programme in partnership with the carbon reduction tool Giki, a new ESD change makers programme, and wellbeing sprints for universities and colleges. Taking learning from successful pilots in 2020-21, we're pleased to announce the roll out of our Drugs and Alcohol work and Carbon Literacy training. We're also enhancing our successful webinar series, so if you’re signed up to any of our programmes you’ll have free access to an even larger set of webinars than before!

For the coming year we're planning a blended approach of online and face-to-face delivery (government regulations permitting). You can check out our full offer and sign up via our sign up page. We'll be hosting webinars on 13th of May and 14th of June (12-1pm) to give an overview of our 2021-22 offer with opportunity for Q&A, so join us to find out more. For any questions get in touch!

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for the instrumental role that you're playing by choosing SOS-UK. By partnering with SOS-UK, to bring our sector-leading programmes, consultancy and training to your institution, you're also supporting our wider work to repurpose the whole of the education system for delivering climate justice and addressing the climate and ecological crisis. We work alongside, platform, and train students and young people on urgent systems-change campaigns and initiatives like Teach the FutureMock COPInvest for Change and Race for Nature, to create a sector that serves as a force for good. SOS-UK is a small charity, and we are reliant on programme income to continue this important work. Whilst we receive some grant funding and donations, our programme sales and consultancy make up a large proportion of our total income and are vital to sustaining and furthering our national and international campaigning and advocacy work.

Thank you for being part of this journey with us!