Auditing skills are vital to many forms of management - this five-day intensive IEMA accredited course provides the ideal opportunity to gain essential training.
It presents environmental management and auditing with a practical rather than purely theoretical approach and includes a site visit to audit a real company. The course will be tailored to complement your experience and meet the needs of your workplace.
The course is ideal for environmental professionals who want to understand and develop their environmental auditing skills, environmental managers who want to carry out internal reviews and audits to identify risks and issues within their organisation, employers who wish to ensure they comply with recent legislation and health and safety managers who want to be fully aware of their environmental responsibilities.
The course is taught by a highly experienced team from the University's School of the Environment, including Professor Barrie Mould, a Principal Auditor under the IEMA auditor scheme, who has many years of international experience of management systems and due-diligence auditing. Dr Kirsty Smallbone is the course leader.
On successful completion of the assessment at the end of the course delegates gain a basic qualification towards professional membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and 20 M level CATS points.
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Venue: University of Brighton|
Cost: Standard fee £980. Apply for early booking discount. Please contact us for fees where more than one person is attending from the same organisation.
Contact: Barbara Gretton
Telephone: 01273 642204
Email: Through website.
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