We love what we do, but we need your help. Our small team works hard to deliver educational presentations to schools, community groups and organisations around New Zealand and the Pacific. We teach simple steps and creative changes that anyone can make to prevent litter from getting to our coastlines in the first place. In other words: the fence at the top of the cliff, not just the ambulance at the bottom. We’ve spent the past four years fine-tuning our presentation and now we are looking for people to help us spread the message far and wide.
On Saturday 19 October, as part of the Sustainable Business Network’s Sustainable City Showcase, we’re running a workshop to pass on the core skills and knowledge necessary to deliver our proven educational presentation. The workshop is two hours in length and involves a multimedia presentation and interactive training session. The workshop will be held from 10.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday 19 October, upstairs on the mezzanine floor at The Cloud, Queens Wharf, Auckland CBD.
We’re looking for passionate people of any age or background to get involved. You don’t need to bring or prepare anything for this, however to allow us to plan for numbers, please let us know that you will be attending through our registration form.
This is just one of a series of workshops that we will be running around New Zealand, so if you are unable to attend this workshop and/or are interested in other areas of training, please fill in your details on our expressions of interest form.