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What is the Supply Chain Sustainability School? The School was established in 2015 to increase sustainability knowledge and competency along the construction and infrastructure supply chains. Who can use the School? With an emphasis on supporting small-to-medium enterprises, the School provides free e-learning, information and face-to-face training for construction and infrastructure suppliers, contractors and service providers. Companies, teams or individuals signing up can access a wealth of free resources and tools to meet increasing sustainability demands and performance benchmarks, and to help build clever, collaborative and competitive construction and infrastructure sectors. What is available? The resources of the Australian School are FREE to all supply chain members. These free resources complement existing construction sector standards, rating schemes and frameworks developed by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia, the Green Building Council of Australia and Federal and State Government Departments. The Supply Chain Sustainability School provides targeted learning and support to address all the main sustainability issues including materials, carbon, environmental management, waste, water, biodiversity, ethics, community, climate adaptation, procurement, as well as human rights and modern slavery.