This unit seeks to explain what makes up a personal carbon footprint, and to identify alternative options in calculating one. For example, should footprints include emissions associated with goods and services purchased, or should they be restricted to directly attributable emissions, mainly from the use of energy and transport? There are many websites offering carbon footprint calculators, but the answers are almost always different. This unit will explain why this is the case, and allow you select the ones that you feel are most appropriate. Finally, a carbon footprint by itself achieves little; users need to be able to compare their carbon footprint with other people's, and to identify actions that might reduce the footprint to a desired level in the battle against global climate change.
Welcome to CSUN's specially designed version of Learning to Learn! Learning to Learn is an opportunity for you to build your confidence and to provide the tools and skills necessary to be successful in your new academic setting. As you work through the course you will be encouraged to consider possible choices and learn the value of making plans for your future. You will increase your awareness of your current qualities, knowledge and skills. The online activities, videos, and challenges will help you develop the essential college and life skills of communication and problem solving leading to solid academic success. The Learning to Learn course content is presented in an online format and is available for you to add value to your learning experience as part of the early start initiative. Congratulations! Your first task is to read the course overview and complete the self-reflection questionnaire. This will help you to think about how Learning to Learn can help you achieve your goals and aims.
In this series, you will explore and learn about an overview about cars, the types of cars, purchasing a new car (including its benefits and drawbacks), purchasing a used car (including its benefits and drawbacks), the differences between a new and used car, the basics of car insurance and pricing, rental cars, leasing cars, negotiation with cars, car safety, car loans, and returning/selling a car.
Knowing how much carbohydrate (or carbs) you're eating and drinking helps you manage your blood glucose levels by matching your insulin dose to the amount of carbs in your meals and snacks. The aim of this course is to recap the structured information and guidance on how to carb count. By the end of this course, you will: - Know which foods contain carbohydrate - Know how where to look on food labels to work out your carb portion - Know how to use the information on a food label to calculate your carb portion - Learn more about new resources which may help make cab counting easier and quicker
Cardiff Commitment CPD Pilot Project aimed to support teaching staff in the online pivot. The digital badge is awarded to recognise and evidence the time spent by participants on professional learning.
You’d like to step back and take stock on your career and life to date, and decide which way your life should be going. This workbook allows you to review your current situation so that you can make informed and considered plans for the future.
In this course we survey the potential in pursuing a career online as a remote worker. What Is the Earning potential of a remote worker? Is it viable for most people? what are the barriers to entry to remote work? We explore these questions and pursue practical conclusions along these themes.
Whereas the course on career opportunities explored the potential of what was possible this course presents methods systems and even career tracks that are currently available the Filipinos pursuing remote work careers.
This course is for university staff. It is intended to improve their awareness of student carers and their role in supporting them.
This course was developed with and for carers. It will help you gain a clearer understanding of who you are, identify your personal qualities and recognise the range of skills and abilities you’ve developed from your personal experiences and whilst caring. It will also help you to look forward, to think about what you’d like to do now or in the future and to make plans that will help you get where you hope to be.
Caring Counts in the Workplace (a reflection and planning course for managers and policy makers) is a new version of the original course Caring Counts: a self-reflection and planning course for carers. It has been adapted by The Open University in Scotland for managers and policy makers and is aimed at supporting carers in the workforce. We have developed this in collaboration with the Equal Partners in Care project (Scottish Social Services Council and NHS Education for Scotland) and with Carers Scotland.
SPN course Caring for adults is a course for carers, paid or unpaid, which looks at aspects of caring for adults in a range of settings including residential care, community and family caring.