WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue University’s Technical Assistance Program is offering part of its Green Enterprise Development Program online. It is a three-level course that teaches about environmental sustainability.
The program introduces concepts and issues that are a part of sustainability to companies looking to redesign their business practices using environmentally friendly techniques.
“Through the Green Enterprise Development Program, we can help Indiana companies assess and expand their current practices or build an environmentally sustainable workplace from state to finish,” said Dave Snow, director of Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a part of TAP.
Green Generalist Online has seven sections, seven tests and three interactive simulations. It takes up to four hours to complete. The cost is $195 per person.