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If you want to broaden your skill-set and expand your career opportunities, we offer widely accredited IEMA qualifications. Employees with the knowledge and skills to manage environmental issues can drive productivity and competitiveness and deliver sustainability in their organisations at all levels, using IEMA standards as their foundation.
We also offer short environmental courses covering a range of topic areas.
IEMA courses have been designed to help organisations improve environmental performance and support sustainability skills development across all organisations. As global pressures for sustainability in business increase, the number of people taking IEMA environmental qualifications is on the rise. We offer the following IEMA environmental courses dependent on your responsibilities:
NEW IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management (5 days) is for people new to dealing with environmental issues & starting their career.
IEMA Associate Certificate in Environmental Management (10 days) until 30 June 2017 is essential for those who have environmental management responsibilities.
NEW IEMA Certificate in Environmental Management (15 days) qualification from 1 July 2017 develops effective Environmental/Sustainability Practitioners
If you have five or more staff members who need training, our tutor can come to you to deliver the environmental course required from the following (in addition to IEMA qualifications):
In-company courses are a cost-effective option and can be made more relevant to your staff by incorporating your organisational specifics. Discuss the your environmental training needs with our qualified staff.
If you need your team to develop their environmental knowledge and skills in order to improve environmental standards, enquire about our IEMA or other environmental courses today.
You get a basic insight into environmental topics
View IEMA Foundation Certificate
It covers environmental issues & impacts in detail
Read how to raise your professional competence
Responsibility for environmental management was in ⅔ of health & safety job adverts.
NEBOSH Jobs Barometer 2015 Research