Sustainability in Home Staging & Interior Design
Learn why sustainability is important in Home Staging & Interior Design and how to put into practise crucial elements whilst adding value to your services and making a difference to the environment.
Sustainability in Home Staging & Interior Design
A CHSSP® Academy short online course
Receive an Accredited Certification in Sustainability
Become confident in eco terminology
Find how to source sustainably
Learn fast ways to make your business green
Understand how to complete a sustainability action plan
Download the Sustainability Policy template
Get the Sustainability logo for your business
Benefits your business
Benefits the environment
Core sustainability elements for a Home Staging or Interior Design business
Eco friendly terminology and methods
Sustainable materials, products and labelling
Easy ways to Upcycle, recycle and repurpose
Ethical & sustainable businesses in the Interiors supply chain
Enhancing your business brand and value through sustainability
How to create a sustainability policy or pledge for your business
Sustainability policy template for Home Staging & Interior Design businesses
Local, National and International resources for business sustainability
Grants and funding for business sustainability
Sustainability action plan checklist to download
Sustainability policy template for your website
Sustainability Resources & References
Introduction - Sustainability in Home Staging & Interior StylingFREE PREVIEW
M1 Lesson 1 - Environmentally Sustainable Design
M1 Lesson 2 - The 3 pillars of Sustainability
M1 Lesson 3 - Climate change & carbon footprint
Module 1 References & Resources
M2 Lesson 1 - Benefits to the Environment
M2 Lesson 2 - Benefits to the client
M2 Lesson 3 - Benefits to your business
M2 Lesson 4 - Project Benefits
Module 2 References & Resources
M3 Lesson 1 - About upcycling
M3 Lesson 2 - Resources for upcycled goods
M3 Lesson 3 - Practical upcycling with Amanda Caley
Module 3 References & Resources
M4 Lesson 1 - About & Symbols
M4 Lesson 2 - Charitable Recycling
M4 Lesson 3 Resources for Recycling
M4 Lesson 4 Repair don't replace
M4 Lesson 5 - Recycling glass, metal & cardboard
Module 4 References & Resources
M5 Lesson 1 - About Wood, Stone, Quartz, Concrete
M5 Lesson 2 - Sustainable fabrics
M5 Lesson 3 - Sustainable Window Treatments
M5 Lesson 4 - Sustainable Flooring
M5 Lesson 5 - Sustainable Walls & Ceilings
Module 5 References & Resources
M6 Lesson 1 - Business practise
M6 Download business checklist
M6 Lesson 2 - Furniture Life Cycle
M6 Lesson 3 - Furniture components
M6 Lesson 4 - Kitchens
M6 Lesson 5 - Community & Earthday
Module 6 References & Resources
M7 Lesson 1 - Identifying companies with ethical values
M7 Lesson 2 - A circular economy
M7 Lesson 3 - Example companies with ethical standards and sustainability policies
M7 Lesson 4 - Sustainable business support
Module 7 References & Resources
M8 Lesson 1 - A sustainable business model - WHY?
M8 Lesson 2 - A Sustainable Business Model - WHAT?
M8 Lesson 3 - A sustainable business model - HOW?
M8 Lesson 4 - Offsetting carbon emissions
M8 Sustainability in Home Staging and Interior Design Quiz
M8 Assignment - Creating a Sustainability Pledge
Module 8 References & Resources
Things people ask most about this course
Why complete a course in Sustainability?
Sustainability has become the focus of individuals, businesses, and Nations like never before. The last few years has seen a monumental increase in the desire to take action to avoid the catastrophic results of climate change spiraling out of control. The Home Staging and Interior Design sector are joining the movement to assess their impact and make changes to the way they work to avoid having a negative impact on the environment.
What the course offers
In order to make a significant difference the desire for change needs to be backed up by knowledge. This course outlines the wider sustainability issues and then leads students through an educational discovery about what sustainability means for our Home Staging and Interior Design businesses and how we can make simple changes to both have a positive impact on the environment and benefit your business.
Who is the course suitable for?
Whether you are a small business owner or manage a larger team or you are employed in the Home Staging & Interior Design sector you will find value in this course and information to help you to decide on changes which are easy to implement to change the course of history for environmental sustainability.
How long will the course take to complete?
3hrs 30mins of full colour video narrated presentations will guide you through 8 modules of essential topics with a quiz and a downloadable ‘Sustainability pledge’ action plan template. Certificate Awarded and badge for website on completion.
Who has written the course?
Course content researched and materials provided by Anita Richardson, Director of CHSSP® and House Wow® Services UK.
Anita has been an expert in Home Staging & Interior Design for more than 18 years. Founding the UK’s first Home Staging Network in 2004, House Wow Network in 2008 and the UK’s first online Home Staging course, CHSSP for Home Staging professionals in 2012.
Contributor to course content with a chapter on practical upcycling for environmental sustainability is Amanda Caley, an expert in renovation, Home Staging & Interior Design and business owner at The Property Reviver, London.
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