My Success Framework for environmental training programmes contains seven essential elements that will help your environmental training programme to be successful.
Professional trainers all around the world recognise five levels of evaluation of the effectiveness of training. I’ve added two more that reflect sustainability, to create seven levels to help you evaluate the effectiveness of your own environmental training.
Stock exchanges worldwide are requiring their listed companies to report on the value they add to six forms of capital, not just one (financial). In order to recognise the environmental contribution of first nations peoples, I’ve added indigenous capital, creating seven capitals across which your environmental training can add real, measurable value. In Aotearoa New Zealand, these equate to the four wellbeings.
The seventeen United Nations Sustainable Development Goals promote human and environmental well-being. Each Goal has a set of indicators that we can measure. My Success Framework shows you how to align your environmental training programme with globally-endorsed and measurable sustainable development outcomes.
Surrounding the four inner components of my Planetary Training Model are the nine planetary biogeochemical boundaries defined by Johan Rockström of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and an international team of colleagues. Humanity has already exceeded some of these boundaries, which define a safe operating space for us and other species. My Success Framework shows you how your environmental training programme can make a positive difference to the boundaries relevant to your environmental training.