Sustainability in fashion is gaining more and more importance with the fashion consumer base opting for more conscious and long-lasting products. If you want to get yourself up to speed with everything that is sustainable fashion, here are five online courses you can enrol in.Sustainable Fashion By Copenhagen Business SchoolWith lessons spanning over four weeks, this Sustainable Fashion online course is a mix of videos, readings, and quizzes in each section. The course is offered by the Copenhagen Business School, coincidentally based in a city that is globally known as the most sustainable fashion city. The syllabus includes lessons on three key concepts of sustainable fashion, sustainable business models in fashion, and circular economy in fashion, along with an introductory lesson. Whats more, the course is free and you earn a certificate on completing the course.Fashions Future and the Sustainable Development Goals by Fashion RevolutionThis free four-week course is offered by non-profit fashion activism movement, Fashion Revolution and comes with certification on completion. Its main aim is to shed light on how one can develop an understanding of global garment supply chains, sustainable development goals, and how they are interlinked to the fashion industry. The course also involves direct learning from various reputed organisations namely Greenpeace, Clean Clothes Campaign, Fairtrade Foundation, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, UNICEF, and many more.Fashion and Sustainability: Understanding Luxury Fashion in a Changing World By London College of FashionThe London College of Fashions free course on Fashion and Sustainability spanning over six weeks, is curated as an introduction to fashion sustainability and its overall impact. The topics covered include why sustainability is essential in fashion, contextualising sustainability for a changing world, material dimensions: sourcing for luxury fashion, informed decision making: tools and methods, and creative possibilities and creative realisation in sustainable fashion. The course is aimed at those working in fashion, fashion educators, and anyone with an interest in sustainability in the fashion industry. While this is a paid course, it comes with a certificate once you opt for a $64 upgrade.Who Made My Clothes? By The University of ExeterThis free online course by the University of Exeter, United Kingdom, is focused on awareness related to the origin of garments. It includes topics like introduction to a variety of garment-making techniques, how to use this knowledge to influence the fashion industry, gaining knowledge and practical skills for thinking about our global economy, and who makes our clothes. The course has been created in collaboration with not-for-profit global movement Fashion Revolution, and takes over three weeks to complete. The course is free and is available to enroller for five weeks, whereas with a $64 upgrade you get a certificate along with unlimited access till it is available on the platform.Responsible Fashion By Istituto MarangoniThis six-week online course costs 2,700 and is aimed at new or emerging designers. The course focuses on design principles for responsible fashion, alternative design, and production systems. It also teaches participants to design and apply a personal design framework. Overall, the course helps participants learn about new technologies to improve sustainability, as well as values of the past and the natural world that can help improve sustainability in fashion. Along with certification, the course comes with additional workshops and seminars, where applicable and is very comprehensive, with a total duration of 45 hours spanning over six weeks (three days per week).Image for representational purposes only.