IEMA Approved Associate Certificate for the Environmental Practitioner (NCFE Level 3) Course

IEMA Approved Associate Certificate for the Environmental Practitioner (NCFE Level 3) Course from Environmental Academy

By: Environmental Academy  12/01/2010
Keywords: construction, housing construction, construction management

This environmental training course is a Level 3 Vocational Qualification consisting of 5 practitioner workshops. Outside of the workshops the course is designed for the learner to be able to study at a time and place that is convenient to them.

This training course has been approved by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) for associate level membership. This means that you can access future training opportunities and keep abreast of the fast moving world of the environmental sector through a variety of publications and workshops.

The course is designed to provide individuals with the environmental knowledge and skills necessary to improve the environmental performance of their organisation. The course content will help you to identify how your organisation impacts on the environment and your legal obligations, as well as equipping you with the tools to save money from your bottom line through increased resource efficiency.

This training course consists of the following units:

Unit 1 - Develop an understanding of global environmental issues in relation to your organisation.
Unit 2 - Investigate environmental aspects and impacts of your organisation.
Unit 3 - Apply appropriate environmental tools to drive environmental improvement within your organisation.
Unit 4 - Understand the need for and the benefits of an Environmental Management System for your organisation.

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