Sarah Katz

May 10, 2022

Ramboll launches Sustainability Learning Universe to upskill employees

The company’s first ever sustainability e-learning initiative is available to all 16,500 employees globally, helping expand their skillsets and strengthen sustainability services to clients. 

The Sustainability Learning Universe is the first global sustainability training of its kind in Ramboll. The training aims to expand sustainability and climate literacy among Ramboll’s employees, no matter their background or role in the company. It will also help employees translate their skills into sustainability dialogues with clients and foster clearer communication amongst the company’s multidisciplinary collaborators.

“The new Sustainability Learning Universe will help Ramboll colleagues strategically upskill themselves on some of the most important issues facing the world right now,” says Michael Simmelsgaard, COO of Ramboll. “The unique e-learning experience allows each employee to curate their own sustainability learning path. I am excited to offer our employees more resources to build the careers they want, in a way that works for them.”

Setting a strong foundation

How the sustainability training works

Each employee has access to six introductory modules, listed below, that form a basic sustainability training package.

  • Introduction to sustainability in Ramboll
  • Sustainability in Ramboll’s business strategy
  • Sustainability in Ramboll’s project model
  • Speaking to clients about sustainability
  • Human rights and sustainability
  • Environmental commitment and actions in Ramboll

Each modules contains submodules which cater to different learning profiles within the company. These foundational courses will be expanded for each each of Ramboll’s business areas, with additional learning modules responding to the training needs in specific geographies and sectors.

Course training is tailor made for Ramboll using an inhouse digital training platform, Incept Sustainability. Read more about the Incept platform here.

To contact the editor of the story, email: Mercedes Beaudoin

Want to know more?

  • Sarah Katz

    Senior Sustainability Manager

    Sarah Katz