ACCO is establishing a network of academic institutions, nonprofit organizations and other education providers to ensure greater access to critical climate change training resources. The following providers have already been accredited. Click here to learn more about becoming an accredited provider.
National Disaster Preparedness Training Center
The NDPTC is a member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC), which was expanded in 2007 to address all-hazards capabilities by the addition of the University of Hawai`i. The NDPTC is authorized to develop and deliver training and educational programs related to homeland security and disaster management, with a specific focus on natural hazards, coastal communities, and the special needs and opportunities of islands and territories. The NDPTC actively engages internally with FEMA and the University of Hawai`i, as well as with external partners across the region to integrate the delivery of its trainings, products, and services.
NDPTC is an ACCO Accredited Provider. Regularly scheduled workshops enabling CC-P® elective and continuing education credits include:
- Natural Disaster Awareness for Community Leaders (AWR-310)
- Climate Adaptation Planning for Emergency Management (AWR-347)
- Community Resilience (AWR-228)
Reference the ACCO Featured Accredited Provider Event Calendar for upcoming dates and locations of NDPTC workshops.
Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education
Climate change is arguably one of the biggest global issues we face in the 21st century. Indeed, the phenomenon is widely recognized by scientists and many policymakers as posing significant risks not only to the environment but also society and global economies.
Join with peers from around the world for a unique and collaborative learning experience focused on this critical topic. Climate Change & Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term is a week-long Harvard Kennedy School executive program convening U.S. and international policymakers and corporate leaders to address the policy solutions and implications of climate change—and closely related aspects of energy production and use.
Led by renowned environmental expert, Robert Stavins, Harvard offers a course on October 15-20 that will provide you with:
- Deep insights into the science, economics and policy of climate change, and closely related aspects of energy production and use
- Cutting-edge research from the field
- Analytical tools and conceptual frameworks to better understand climate related policies
- One-on-one interaction with world-class faculty and leading experts in climate change
- A global network of peers who will serve as an invaluable professional resource after the program