National Government Programmes

Fifty Shades Greener is collaborating with government agencies to support:

The Hospitality Industry

Secondary Schools Students

Secondary Schools Programme

COVID-19 has caused the hardest travel disruptions we have ever seen in modern times. Many Hospitality businesses around the world are now struggling to stay open and re-invent their businesses.

Our Environmental business programmes will teach the workforce how to measure, reduce and monitor their use of Energy & water and production of waste, which will reduce the business Carbon footprint but will also SAVE them money off their utility bills.

It is now more important than ever, that public agencies support the industry through educational programmes, so employees can use this down time of business to upskill and learn about sustainability. 

The Fifty Shades Greener programmes work around behavioural change of a team around their use of energy & water and production of waste. We do not ask businesses to install solar panels or change their heating systems. We simply teach you the small actions you can perform right now, to change the way your team behaves around the use of utilities.

All of our courses are practical, to the point and easy to understand. Our team, has worked in the Hospitality industry for over 23 years and we understand the barriers and mental blocks the workforce experience around sustainability.

We make environmental sustainability make sense to employees, managers and owners.

Our Secondary School students programme will teach young people about the importance of managing energy, waste & water in their households. These skills can be transferred to their schools and help implement an environmental management system in school buildings, which will help the students upskill and learn how to apply the learnings to their future workplaces.

Licensing Programmes for Hospitality

Face to Face Training – The Green Manager

The goal with this programme is to upskill the Hospitality workforce and create Green Managers that will have the necessary knowledge to implement an environmental management system at any property they work in the future.

With so many people now out of work, upskilling the workforce will be a key element to the recovery of the industry.

The Green Manager Training Programme is divided into 4 ½ day workshops and deployed by the chosen trainers in your jurisdiction.

The Green Business Online Programme

Licenses for the Green Business Programme are also available to government agencies, to deploy Green Training in an Online format.

The Green Business Online Programme is the A to Z greener for beginners programme that teaches a team all the systems and processes they need to implement to reduce their business utilities and Carbon Footprint. This is a self thought programme, that can be taken anytime, anywhere from any part in the world. The fifty shades greener head office offers online support to all online students for 12 months.


Benefits to students

  • Up-skill yourself in the upcoming market of green businesses
  • Add a new role to your CV and become more employable
  • Receive a certificate at the end of the programme
  • Use the same skills in different industries should you decide to change jobs

Benefits to Business Owners

  • Up-skill your team to reduce your business running cost of utilities
  • Take advantage of the current quiet business period to train your team
  • Create a greener business and access the Green traveller market segment


Benefits to Governments

  • Reporting from Fifty Shades Greener will allow you to establish a baseline of Carbon Footprint for businesses taken part on the programme and the reductions achieved after the first 12 months.
  • Support your national industry workforce to up-skill
  • Create a greener hospitality industry in your country.
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Secondary School Programme

The aim of the programme is to give young people information about the need to control and reduce our household utilities: water, energy & waste, which reduces their home's carbon emissions. 

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