An international award scheme to reward environmental projects all over the world, developed and supported by WTA from 2001 to 2013 by developing the support resources, promoting the award scheme to potential partners and participants and facilitating the final in Sweden.

WTA Education Services

Connecting Local to Global


We have a long-established track record initiating and developing ground-breaking national and international programmes promoting an organisation and its core values.

A key achievement has been brokering partnerships between clients and international organizations such as the United Nations Environment Programme, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and the World Organization of the Scout Movement.

We offer opportunities for you to:

· Present a positive brand image to adults and young people, stressing how the programme encourages and develops skills or projects.

· Develop a competition at local, regional, national or international level using our network of UK and/or international contacts.

· Ensure that the use of branding is perceived as appropriate by teachers, community workers and environmentalists.

· Create judging systems.

· Provide targeted and effective publicity through events, mailings and other media.

· Enhance your award scheme’s credibility by being promoted by educationalists.

· Develop and deliver an end-point event where participants’ achievements can be celebrated.


A few examples of our achievements are included below. Click on the link in each section to find out more information, or contact us for a discussion about how we could help you:

Award programmes

WTA developed and supported the Practical Environment Projects scheme, which ran for six years, providing grants to UK schools and youth groups to support environmental projects. WTA developed the concept and authored the activity packs for participants to use for their projects.

Practical Environment Projects UK

Volvo Adventure

Young Chamber UK’s award programme to reward business skills.  WTA provided support and resources to set up and run the competition for the first two years. It provides young people from across the country aged 12 to 19 with the opportunity to demonstrate that they have developed a range of employability skills.

The SKILLS Factor

A national UK competition to support the GBR Challenge Team in the America’s Cup Race, with young people invited to enter a competition to design the fastest model yacht and win a trip to New Zealand. WTA developed the activity resources and ran workshops around the UK to promote it.

The GBR Challenge for Craigie Taylor

A cartoon competition for younger children to examine environmental issues, developed by WTA to encourage the 10-12 age group to consider how they could contribute to help overcome the environmental problem they have illustrated. This ran from 2007 to 2013. WTA produced support resources and guidance for participants.

Bob the Bunny’s Cartoon Competition

To contact us:

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Website updated October 2014.

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