NEBOSH ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
THREE CONVENIENT MODES OF STUDY TO MAKE LEARNING EASY:
- CLASSROOM COURSES
- LIVE VIRTUAL COURSES IN ZOOM
- ONLINE COURSES AND ASSIGNMENTS WITH UNLIMITED INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT
RECOGNISED IN MORE THAN 130 COUNTRIES
9 ELEMENTS PROVIDE
VALUABLE KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND RISK MANAGEMENT
NEBOSH EMC TRAINING PROGRAM - WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The qualification covers the practical issues of managing environmental risk. The syllabus takes a risk management approach, based around best practice and international industry standards, including:
Foundations in environmental management
Environmental management systems
Assessing environmental aspects and impacts
Planning for and dealing with environmental emergencies
Controls of emissions to air
Control of environmental noise
Control of contamination of water sources
Control of waste and land use
Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This qualification is for anyone who needs to gain a sound understanding of the principles of environmental management and is relevant for Canada and international markets.
For some, the NEBOSH Environmental Management Certificate is a crucial first step towards establishing a lifelong professional career in environmental management. Many who take their Environmental Certificate progress on to a NEBOSH Environmental Diploma.
Around two thirds of health and safety practitioners now have environmental management as part of their overall day-to-day responsibilities at work. The knowledge and understanding gained from the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management can help you if you have these responsibilities.
COURSE MODES AND DURATION
AT A COMPANY'S LOCATION
LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE
9 THREE-HOUR WEBINARS
The assessments is broken down into two exams:
Unit EMC1: Environmental Management
Students will be required to review a real-life scenario and answer theoretical and practical questions on environmental management. This examination is be downloaded, completed, and submitted in 24 hours.
Unit EMC2: Assessing environmental aspects and associated impacts
This is a practical exam. Students need to assess environmental aspects and impacts in their chosen workplace.
All results for assessments should be received within 50 working days from the date of the examination or submission of the practical assessment. Once a learner has achieved a Pass in both units and the qualification grade has been declared, a qualification parchment will be issued, usually within 40 working days of the result declaration date
There are no pre-requisite requirements for this qualification. No prior knowledge of environmental management is needed. For non-native speakers it is important to have a suitable standard of the English language in order to understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.