Why join the Supply Chain Sustainability School?
Joining the School is completely free and allows you to access thousands of online learning resources surrounding various sustainability topics relevant to the built environment, including: Offsite, Digital, Management, People, Operational Excellence through Lean Thinking, Retrofit, Procurement and FIR (Fairness, Inclusion and Respect).
Registering is quick and simple and you’ll gain CPD points by attending training workshops, networking events or completing e-Learning modules.Join the School
Welcome to the Supply Chain Sustainabiity School
Find out more about the Supply Chain Sustainability School – what it is, the key features and how it can benefit your business.
Where do I start?
Benchmark Your Knowledge
Complete our free self assessment to get your bespoke action plan today.Get Started
1. Sign up for free online
Registration takes about five minutes. Once logged into the School website, you have access to over 4,000 resources for different sustainability, offsite, lean, digital, procurement, people and management topics, including CPD-accredited events. Sign up now >>
2. Complete a confidential assessment
Complete an assessment as a team for your organisation, or simply as an individual. Corporate assessment responses should be representative of a business rather than an individual’s knowledge. Learn more >>
3. Access your action plan
Completing an assessment identifies gaps in your knowledge and will direct you to a 10-point action plan with recommended resources tailored to kick-start your learning and improvement.
4. Download your bronze badge
Once you’ve started your learning journey, advance through our different membership levels. Include your membership badge in tenders, pitches, presentations, email signatures, webpages and other marketing materials. Learn more >>
5. Track your progress
Re-assess at any time with new action plans to support your journey of continuous improvement in sustainability. This provides an opportunity to illustrate your progress to clients.
6. Learning Pathways
Learning pathways are an exciting feature of the School that allow you to allocate specific resources to a specific audience and track their progress through badges and downloadable reports. Learn more >>
The Value of Membership
The School covers a wealth of sustainability topics: from waste and carbon to Fairness Inclusion and Respect (FIR) and modern slavery. Our members receive online learning in the form of CPD-accredited e-Learning modules, videos, web links and documents. Watch the video to hear from our members about the benefits.
- £7,250 – Mid-sized contractors and suppliers with under £50 million turnover (please contact Paul Parkinson to find out if you are eligible for this rate)
- £7,980 - Your organisation would like to sit on 1 category (or regional group)
- £13,330 – Your organisation would like to sit on up to 8 leadership groups and receive standard benefits
- £16,700 - Your organisation would like to sit on up to 12 leadership groups and receive advanced benefits
- £19,845 – Your organisation would like to sit on up to 15 leadership groups and receive premium benefits
- £25,700 – Your organisation would like to sit on up to 18 leadership groups and receive maximum benefits
- Registered: Has created an account but has not undertaken an assessment or viewed any resources or attended any School training
- Member: Used at least one resource in the past 12 months. This can be either: completing an assessment, coming to one of our events, or accessing an online resource
- Bronze: Has completed an assessment in the past 12 months and has viewed 5 resources in the past 6 months
- Silver: Has completed a re-assessment in the past 12 months and has viewed 5 resources in the past 6 months
- Gold: Has completed a re-assessment in the past 12 months (with an increased knowledge score), has viewed 10 resources in the past 6 months, and has either completed a case study or spoken at an event
(You will need to be an administrator of your company to make this amendment).
You can either take a personal assessment to benchmark your own knowledge, or a company assessment on behalf of your organisation. Company assessments can be completed as part of a team discussion or through your own evaluation of your company’s current skillset.