The Certificate consists of 2 units which are assessed separately.
Unit EC1 the Management and Control of Environmental Hazards and is assessed by a 2 hour written examination.
Unit EC2 the Environmental Practical Application requires candidates to carry out an environmental review of their workplace and produce a justified action plan to improve performance.
This course is run over one week with five tutor lead sessions and approximately 33 hours of private study and background reading. 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.
The NEBOSH National Certificate in Environmental Management has been designed to provide an introduction to the fundamentals of Environmental Management and will provide candidates from all sectors of industry with a good solid understanding of Environmental Management principles.
The course will be of specific interest to UK-based Managers, Supervisors and Employees who are responsible for the management of environmental issues as part of their daily duties.
The Certificate focuses on UK law and Environmental Management Systems and will benefit companies seeking to implement such systems effectively, ensuring that line managers have a sound understanding of the principles of managing environmental
- Foundations in Environmental Management
- Environmental Management Systems
- Environmental Impact Assessments
- Control of Emissions to Air
- Control of Contamination of Water Resources
- Control of Waste and Land Use
- Sources and Use of Energy and Energy Efficiency
- Control of Environmental Noise
- Planning for and Dealing with Environmental Emergencies
- Practical application of an environmental review with recommendations
At the end of this course you should be able to:
- Understand the Environmental Management Systems and Impact Assessments
- Understand the Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency
- Understand the Control of pollution
- Understand the Planning for and dealing with environmental emergencies.