The Network is the UK's only national network for those delivering waste education. It was launched in spring 2005, and our members currently include local authorities, businesses and NGOs.
The Network was set up as a response to demand from waste educators attending our training events. They recognised the importance of sharing experience and best practice, as well as the benefits of co-ordinating action.
Network members get:
- An annual seminar, with topical presentations, news updates and practical workshops.
- Co-ordination of regional groups, and regional meetings.
- Password protected website with discussion forum, news updates and events calendar
- Regular bulletins with topical news, and upcoming events
- Special member rates for training events
- Special member rates for resources.
- Email / telephone support from Waste Watch education team
Members will have support in developing and adapting their programmes, as they will have access to Waste Watch education expertise, as well as the combined brain power of all other members.
Through the Network Waste Watch will also support members to co-ordinate campaigns on topical themes by providing ideas and information on themes such as composting, Christmas waste, and WEEE.
For more information about the Education Network and registration contact: Alison Pagan, Education Projects Co-ordinator, Waste Watch. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01328 711369 / 07764269123