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Green Your Office with Our Complimentary David Suzuki eLearning Module Powered by SHIFT

eLearning demoNarrated by celebrated environmentalist Dr. Suzuki, this complimentary fully interactive guide can be accessed from the comfort of your laptop or desktop. It's packed with a wealth of content and tools, as well as an avatar of Dr.Suzuki to help you navigate through the program. The eLearning module can help employers and employees:
1. See to the benefits of going green at work and learn how to influence behaviour within the organization.
2. Create a roadmap for a green action plan including sections on transportation, waste, energy use, a healthy workplace and water conservation. 
3. Action green initiatives with a plan on how to make green ideas into reality. 
There are Two Easy Ways to Access the Tool
    • Access it through a simple HTML link
    • Add it to your Learning Management System for deployment to your organization (we could even custom brand it below at no cost, see our offer)
See a sample now.


This Tool Was Powered by SHIFT

This 90 minute course was built in 30 development hours by the MindMuze team utilizing the new disruptive eLearning platform - SHIFT. To learn more about SHIFT, please go to www.shiftelearning.com. To contact us on how you can use SHIFT in your organization, contact info@shiftelearning.com.

About the David Suzuki Foundation


The David Suzuki Foundation works with government, business and individuals to conserve our environment by providing science-based education, advocacy and policy work, and acting as a catalyst for the social change that today's situation demands. Learn more about them at their website.


Special Offer: Customize This Module for your Business
We can build this eLearning Module Branded for your organization. To see if you qualify, contact info@shiftelearning.com.


See a sample now.
Karla Gutierrez
Karla Gutierrez
Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT. ES:Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT.

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