Professional Green IT courses were introduced to Australia in 2009 by the Australian Computer Society (one semester $1500) and are now also offered by Execom (2 days $2,295), the Australian National University (one semester $2400), Box Hill TAFE (short course $360.01) and Open Universities Australia (one semester $1,500.00).
The ACS, ANU and OUA are offering online e-learning courses (which I designed and teach) available worldwide, whereas the others are face-to-face small group classes. ACS, ANU and, to some extent Box Hill TAFE, share the same course content from my book "Green Technology Strategies: Using computers and telecommunications to reduce carbon emissions" (2009).
Key Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, you will learn:
- What is Green IT
- What is Green IT Policy
- Benefits of Green IT Policy
- Goals, scope and key activities in Green IT Management
- Roles and responsibilities of process owners
- How to bridge the gap between IT and business
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for all levels of personnel within your IT Service Delivery Organisation and will form a key component of your Green IT Policy.
How this course delivers value?
- You will learn how to bridge the gap between IT and business.
- They synergy between your Service Management processes and Green IT
- Introduce the technology to support the Green IT Policy
Course fees includes refreshments, lunch, exam fees, course materials, mock exams ...
From: "Green IT Fundamentals Founcation Certification Training", Plus GreenIT Pty Limited, 2010