NEBOSH Specialist Diploma in Environmental Management
About the Course:
Extend your environmental studies to include the NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management with our one week supplementary module. This option is available for anyone seeking a high level accredited qualification in this discipline and will enable delegates to make an effective contribution to their organisation's environmental management and performance at both a strategic and operational level.
The module completes those parts of the syllabus that require more detailed analysis than the IEMA Certificate programme such as:
- Gaseous and particulate releases to atmosphere
- Characteristics and effects of substances released to atmosphere
- Legislative controls
- Strategies for monitoring atmospheric emissions
- Control strategies and measures for releases into the atmosphere
- Water pollution
- Characteristics and effects of substances released to water
- Legislative controls
- Red, black and grey list substances
- Monitoring releases to water
- Prevention and control of discharges to controlled water
- Characteristics of noise and the measurement and assessment of environmental noise and noise levels
- Control of environmental noise with reference to relevant legal requirements
- Describe the legislative requirements in relation to the storage, supply, use and transport of hazardous substances and pesticides
The programme will improve your work performance, add value to your CV and increase your asset worth to your employer.
Candidates must have completed our 2 week IEMA Associate Certificate Course in Environmental Management, or hold Associate Membership of The IEMA by examination. Candidates should have good written and verbal communication skills supported by a good general education.
Candidates will be assessed by a formal 3 hour written examination, set and marked by NEBOSH which accounts for 75% of the overall marks; and a workplace based project set and marked by us and moderated by NEBOSH, which accounts for the remaining 25%. Candidates must achieve a pass in BOTH parts of the assessment to be awarded the Specialist Diploma. Holders of the Specialist Diploma may use the post nominals Sp Dip EM.