Improving Workplace Skills

#TogetherToZero will see St Helens businesses receive fully funded skills training to become Net Zero carbon by 2040. Working together we can achieve Net Zero, but for change to happen we need to educate the right people and work collaboratively.

St Helens Chamber has partnered with 2030hub – the world’s first UN Local 2030 Hub and Element – applying business rebalance. Together they will improve the sustainability skills of local businesses as part of the UK Government’s Community Renewal Fund to promote clean growth and advanced manufacturing. 

2030hub will be delivering Net Zero training, awareness raising and onsite support to develop decarbonisation and innovation plans, whilst also strategically connecting to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through a mapping and local adaption project that also includes a pioneering open-source SDG data platform for the area. 

Element will bring online rebalancing training to help businesses strike a new balance across a triple perspective: People, Planet and Profit.  

Equipping you to adapt and thrive in the next economy. They will focus on three core elements where they can have the most impact:  

  • Mindsets & Energy  
  • Innovation  
  • Leadership

This is an incredibly exciting opportunity for local businesses to build the foundations that will create a long-lasting impact for our local community and economy. 

Benefits of engaging in our workforce skills development programme: 

  • Access to fully funded support, training, and advice 
  • Helping to creating a legacy in the local community 
  • Learning advanced skills 
  • Gaining knowledge on Net Zero and how you can help to contribute  
  • Awareness of the SDG framework

Start your Together to Zero journey NOW by signing up to our fully funded short courses

Together to Zero Workshop – 14th September

Who is the course for? 

People living or working in St Helens or the Liverpool City Region. Priority places will be given to businesses based in St Helens. 

For further information on the initiative, including eligibility, applying for grants and training opportunities, please contact us at 

About the partners:

2030hub is the world’s first UN Local2030 Hub, created to make cities and businesses stronger. They inspire, cross-fertilise and support local to international changemakers and businesses across every sector. The team is made up of passionate people who create meaningful and impactful changes. They are here to pass on their pearls of wisdom to St Helen’s.

Another business who make a significant impact – Element. Sarah and Jemma help businesses strike a new balance from a triple perspective, people, planet, profit. They focus on three core elements where they can make the most impact: Mindsets & Energy, Innovation and Leadership. Ultimately, they are here to help change the world, for the better. They will be supporting 2030 Hub in creating and tracking positive, measurable, and sustainable changes for our local businesses.

Radio Merseyside Interview – Together to Zero