Education & Capacity Development
WETS can deliver environmental education and behaviour change programs for water-related and other environmental endeavours. With our experience in capacity development and training, we can develop a strategy to suit your needs, ranging from water and sanitation (WATSAN) capacity building programs for low-income communities, to awareness raising campaigns for waste management programs or post-graduate training courses on constructed wetlands.
Josephine O’Brien has a background in environmental resource management, with a Masters in environmental education, and has a vast experience in capacity development, behaviour change and community education programs for improving the way people interact with water, waste and other environmental resources in Australia, Mongolia, Oman and New Zealand. She has worked with schools and community groups to develop interactive and educational gardens to instil people with a fundamental experience of growing food and connecting with nature that can permeate through their daily lives.
If you want to develop an interactive vegetable garden for your school (or pre-school) or would like to improve the educational values of your community garden, then we can help.
We can provide expert training on constructed wetlands or provide a capacity development or educational program to improve the effectiveness of your sanitation project or waste minimisation program.
OUR EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES INCLUDE:
Development of education, capacity building and behaviour change programs
Expert training courses on constructed wetlands
Design and establishment of interactive educational community and school gardens
Waste minimisation educational programs
WATSAN community engagement and capacity development
Contact WET Systems
Contact the wetland & ecological treatment system professionals to learn how we implement ecological-oriented waste water management solutions.