Climate change coaching

7.5 university credits.

Part-time 50%.

Are you concerned about the climate crisis? Would you like to acquire coaching skills that can be used to tackle the complex climate challenge we are facing? Then this is the course for you!

Application opens Mar 15

Autumn 2024

Application opens Mar 15

  • Education level

    Basic

  • Study pace

    50%

  • Teaching hours

    Mixed

  • Teaching form

    Remote (internet)

  • Start

    Autumn 2024, week 46

  • Mandatory meetings

    3

  • Teaching language

    English

  • Course plan

    GIH-FACHAN
  • Course manager

    Jonas Mikaels
  • Application code

    GIH-24F50

  • Entry requirements

    None

  • Tuition fee

    For applicants with citizenship outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland:

    More information about tuition fees

About the course

The aim of this course is that you shall develop the knowledge, skills, and power of action to meet the interconnected global challenge of climate change. Climate change is not just an environmental problem, it is a human one.

The course addresses how coaching skills can be used to tackle the complex sustainability challenge we face today. In addition, the course examines how systemic thinking and practice enable you to cope with all levels of the system; from ourselves, to others, to systems, and nature and to the climate change crisis itself.

Key concepts and theories are used to analyse climate change challenges in the context of sports and outdoor life (friluftsliv), at the intersection of health and sustainability. The course provides you with the opportunity to become an agent of change within local and international organisations, consulting services and the education sector.

Dates and time

Online November 11, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Online November 21, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Online November 28, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Online December 5, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Online December 12, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Online December 19, 4 pm – 5.30 pm

Make the course better

As a student, you have the opportunity to take an active part in the work of developing our education. Read more about GIH's quality assurance work and take part in current course and programme evaluations.

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Autumn 2024

Application opens Mar 15

  • Education level

    Basic

  • Study pace

    50%

  • Teaching hours

    Mixed

  • Teaching form

    Remote (internet)

  • Start

    Autumn 2024, week 46

  • Mandatory meetings

    3

  • Teaching language

    English

  • Course plan

    GIH-FACHAN
  • Course manager

    Jonas Mikaels
  • Application code

    GIH-24F50

  • Entry requirements

    None

  • Tuition fee

    For applicants with citizenship outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland:

    More information about tuition fees
Last modified:18 Jan 2024