You want to go eco, but where do you start?
Our guide outlines 6 simple steps to choosing the most planet-friendly eco-products on the market and finding the brands to put your faith in
So, how can you upskill and get
the knowledge needed?
When you’re trying to choose the right products to clean with, that are also safe for the environment, it’s easy to feel lost when faced with complicated scientific jargon and marketing ploys.
Introducing our guide:
‘6 simple steps to choosing the most planet-friendly eco-products on the market and finding the brands to put your faith in’
Reasons to use the guide
- Know how to spot fakes from the real deal (something that a Google search simply won’t tell you)
- Know the secret truth about where to start if you want to go green with eco products
- Unpack 37 of the most important eco-jargon into terms so simple you can describe them to a 5-year old
- Myth-bust the manufacturing process and know the real difference between fake and the highest-standard of eco products
More reasons why people love this guide and are more confident in their eco-friendly choices
Following instructions can help with cleaning and the environment too.
DECODE THE LABEL
Learn how to decode the marketing tactics used on ‘eco’ products.
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE
Reduce your waste and understand confusing recycle icons.
WHY ECO-FRIENDLY PRODUCTS
Secret tips on how to buy eco-friendly products that no-one else is telling you.
Our six-stage guide to understanding the importance of a product’s lifecycle
Use our six stages to understand the importance of understanding the complete lifecycle of a product.
The 6 stages – what’s covered in this guide
- Raw Materials
- Use & Disposal
Regular price: €30.00
Why this course is important to Source?
Source Founder, Sheila is an ex-stewardess, mother of two boys, grandmother and founder of two successful businesses. Sheila worked as a stewardess for a number of years and has always had a deep love for the ocean and is an environmentalist at heart. Whilst working on yachts, she noticed the large amounts of wastewater, full of chemicals, being disposed of in the ocean without a thought for the damage being caused.Today, although there are more eco-friendly products available, there’s now the issue of competitive companies all fighting to win our attention. Big brands are cramming products that look eco-friendly, full of marketing jargon and false claims, making it increasingly difficult to choose a product that’s truly eco.
A course for you,
on your terms
Study from anywhere at your own pace
Improve your career success
Learn essential knowledge for your role
Avoid common pitfalls or costly mistakes
Boost your confidence
Get expert advice and time-saving tips
Enjoy travelling the world
Got a question? Check out our frequently asked questions.
Yes, all Source courses are online so you can learn from anywhere at any time. Simply connect to the internet using your smartphone, laptop, iPad or other smart device.
No, you can study at your own pace. The laundry and cleaning courses are each composed of short modules that can be fitted in easily to a busy schedule. You can pause and start the course whenever you like and as many times as you need.
All of our courses are all interactive, online, digital courses. They use animation, video and notes to give you the best, most effective way of learning.
The laundry course usually takes around 2 hours to complete. The cleaning course is longer and usually takes approximately 4 hours to complete. However, this may vary depending on the pace you prefer.
You sure do. Once you’ve taken the course there is an assessment to complete. Pass this and you’ll be sent a digital certificate to show off and add to your CV.
Either. You can sign up for our courses yourself, or ask your employer if they would consider doing it for you.
Buy Our Guide
I WANT TO GO ECO,
BUT WHERE DO I START?
- Choose the right eco-product every time
- Spot the fakes
- Learn jargon-free eco terms
- Myth-bust the manufacturing process
- Use the right dose without harming surfaces
- Decode confusing product labels & icons with ease