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NEW - we are running open access training workshop courses on ISO 20400 in September & October. Click here for more information and to register. 

Training and upskilling your staff is a key aspect of embedding sustainable behaviours into procurement.  It is a pivotal part of the Enabler's section of the International Standard for Sustainable Procurement, ISO20400.  

"Action Sustainability's training on ISO 20400 gave me new insight on the standard and solid,implementable skills and advice for further embedding our sustainable procurement practices" -Martin Ratcliffe, Procurement Manager, Hammerson plc

Action Sustainability have well-established expertise and experience in devising and delivering training courses on sustainable procurement to meet the needs of our clients.  Our track record demonstrates that we can deliver this at all levels from beginner, through intermediate to advanced (Board-room) level, tailoring them as appropriate to your sector and your situation.

"Action Sustainability's tailored training gave us robust learning and implementable actions for our journey to ever more sustainable procurement" - Jenny Neville, Head of Procurement, Scottish Ambulance Service

Our training is always rooted in the Standards for sustainable procurement: ISO20400 and BS8903. This ensures consistency and transferability of knowledge and skills. It also means that we can train organisations of any size from any sector.

Our courses take an interactive workshop approach - we don't lecture, we engage with attendees to provide meaningful and useful advice that can be taken away and acted upon straight away.

We have provided training for a variety of organisations, listed below, as well as open courses with our Partners CIPS and CIRIA.

Click here for a full list of our courses.

If your team needs to up its game, get in touch to discuss training options.  Email James on or call us on 0207 697 1977.

"Excellent webinar - one of your best [IEMA] - and good to have some understanding of and content relevant to SMEs"

"85% respondents said it was good or excellent"
- Feedback from our recent webinar for IEMA jointly with Royal Holloway University


We aim to lead and inspire sustainable supply chain management