Sharing a wealth of knowledge and resources
Launched in 2012, the Supply Chain Sustainability School is a free learning environment, upskilling those working within, or aspiring to work within, the built environment sector.
We focus on 17 key topics of sustainability, as well as addressing topics in offsite, digital, procurement, lean construction and management.
Membership is free and signing up is easy. Membership gives access to thousands of learning resources and CPD-accredited content. The School also offers CPD training and networking activities.
Who is the School for?
The School is accessible to anyone working in the built environment or aspiring to work in the sector.
We service the markets of construction, infrastructure, homes and facilities management across England, Scotland and Wales. We cover a wealth of topics relevant to any workplace, from fairness, inclusion and respect (FIR) and modern slavery; to waste and wellbeing. We also offer specialist topic groups in offsite, digital, procurement, management and lean construction.
The School can help your organisation gain competitive advantage and make a real difference to business.
The resource library includes CPD-accredited:
- E-learning modules
- Toolbox talks
- Web links
To kick-start your journey with the School, start by completing an assessment. We offer benchmarking assessments in the areas of sustainability, management, offsite, BIM and lean construction. On completion, you receive a custom action plan providing ten suggested learning resources to address any gaps in knowledge.
You can work through any of our resources at your own pace and also attend the many training activities we deliver throughout the year.
You can also access a variety of Learning Pathways which have been set up to help learning on specific topics from Waste to Offsite. As a member you can also use Learning Pathways to allocate specific resources to a specific audience and track their progress through the awarding of badges and downloadable reports.