Vative is Going Green

Corporate Social Responsibility

We are on a mission to Go Green

Professional services businesses, especially those in the training sector, have historically utilise a considerable volume of paper in their operations. The Education and training sector, traditionally uses learner resources and training manuals printed on paper based materials, sometimes including plastic for its binders and folder covers.

Australia, like many other countries globally, grapples with the environmental consequences of paper waste. The impact of paper production on the planet includes deforestation, energy consumption, and water usage. Additionally, the disposal of paper waste contributes to landfills and greenhouse gas emissions, further exacerbating environmental challenges. In light of these concerns, the digital revolution has presented a truly innovative opportunity for Vative to rethink our training operational practices. Vative is committed to leveraging technology to enhance delivery efficiency and foster cross-regional engagement. This commitment extends beyond operational efficiency to address environmental sustainability by reducing reliance on paper resources.

By embracing digital alternatives, Vative aims to eliminate the need for extensive paper usage in its processes. This shift not only aligns with the broader movement towards sustainability but also positions Vative as a responsible social enterprise. The adoption of digital platforms for training and knowledge transfer not only streamlines operations but also contributes significantly to reducing the ecological footprint associated with paper production and disposal.

Vative’s dedication to quality standards and interactive learning methods, facilitated by digital technology, not only enhances engagement but also eliminates the inherent environmental costs associated with traditional paper-based approaches. This shift aligns with global efforts to promote a more sustainable and eco-friendly business environment.

Vative is commitment to embracing technology for these purposes not only enhances its business practices but also contributes to the broader goal of mitigating the impact of paper waste on the planet. This proactive approach reflects a commitment to sustainability that resonates with environmentally conscious stakeholders and sets a positive example for the industry as a whole.

Our Go Green strategy is a pledge towards a greener and better future for our people and planet, becoming fully digital by 2025.

We have committed to the following projects: