The SEED Center

Making Green Work: Best Practices in Green-Collar Job Training

Resource: Making Green Work: Best Practices in Green-Collar Job Training

This resource may be of value to the field of adult education as an example of the variety of green sector programs that can be developed, their various funding mechanisms, and the types of credentials they may contain. Its most significant features include a clear and consistent framework for describing programs and a very forthright portrayal of challenges/lessons learned. It is easy to flip through the publication, going from program to program, to compare features. This framework reinforces what programs developers need to address, for example, partnerships and funding, elements of curriculum, instructor,and target participants.

Source:
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

Sectors:
General Clean TechSustainability Education

Topics:
Curricular Materials, Innovative Practices & PartnershipsPolicy & Funding Sources