WTA produces fully evaluated publications, delivered either on electronic or written platforms and offering new ways to support awareness-raising or the creation of programmes in different cultures and language levels. We also provide English editing for publications with a youth-friendly approach.

Topics include:

· Ozone depletion

· Green economy

· Sustainable development

· Citizenship


Some examples of our achievements are included below. Click on the link in each section to find out more information (including how to download them for free) or contact us to discuss how we could help you:

WTA Education Services developed, produced and distributed education materials focussed on citizenship for Key Stage 4 students (aged 14-18), and worked with author John Baines to produce the publications for the Key Stage 2 students. 

The YouthXchange Green Skills and Lifestyles Guidebook is the second in a series of thematic guidebooks supporting the UNEP/UNESCO YouthXchange (YXC) Initiative.

The Green Skills and Lifestyles Book


Citizenship for KS2 and KS4

These publications were written by WTA and developed by the OzonAction Programme of the Division of Technology, Industry and Economics of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP DTIE) under the Multilateral Fund of the Montreal Protocol.

OzonAction Education Pack for Secondary Schools

WTA Education Services developed guidance on embedding sustainability into unit writing activities, for the Scottish Qualifications Authority.

Sustainable Development leaflet

An e-book for training staff on “green” refrigeration. The manual is written for those who have a relatively comprehensive level of knowledge and understanding of RAC systems and associated technology.

Manual for Refrigeration Servicing Technicians

To contact us:

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 208718 or +44 (0)7952 824467

Email: web@wtaeducationservices.com




Website updated October 2014.

Disclaimer: We provide hyperlinks to websites as a convenience to our site users and cannot accept responsibility for the content of external sites.

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Publications have been edited for NGOs and corporate organisations to ensure that texts are age-appropriate and aimed at readers for whom English is not their first language. Examples include UNEP’s OzonAction Primary Pack (introducing ozone depletion and climate change to young people), and UNEP strategy documents on the reduction of HCFCs.

English editing

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