NEBOSH Environmental Management Certificate

Course Information
Course Duration: 6 Days (Including Exam Date) – One (1) Day a Week
Course Dates: Please see our course calendar below – the Date shown in Bold represents the Course Commencement Date, please scroll through each month to find our next start date
Prerequisite: None

Q1TUM are proud to announce the commencement of the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management at our training facility in Sheffield.

*If you have multiple delegates then Q1TUM’s in-house training option could save you money. For more information please get in touch for a full quote.

The price shown below is the full cost of the course including all fees (Registrations, Certifications, Examinations and Publications)

£800.00 +VAT 6 days

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NEBOSH state that around two thirds of health and safety management positions at work also feature responsibility for environmental management.

Course Overview
It can therefore be useful combining one of our health and safety qualifications with the Environmental Certificate.
The course covers the practical issues of managing environmental risk. The syllabus takes a risk management approach based on the best practice and international industry standards, including:
• Environmental Management Systems and Impact Assessments
• Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency
• Control of pollution
• Planning for and dealing with environmental emergencies.

Course Units
Management and control of environmental hazards (EC1)
Environmental practical application (EC2)
Who Should Attend?
Managers, supervisors and employees throughout the world, who have responsibility for managing environment issues as part of their day to day duties. No previous environmental management knowledge is required but candidates should note the assessment includes a requirement to write a short report.


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