Most environmental professionals are very familiar with IEMA, the established standard for sustainability qualifications and training. Recently, IEMA announced changes to its membership levels and qualification requirements. Starting in 2017, achieving a certificate, such as IEMA Associate, will require more hours of training (thereby requiring more work and costs for the professional).
Fortunately, those considering taking the IEMA Associate Certificate soon can still achieve this status under the current system so long as they finish the requirements by the end of this year. And, EEF is offering IEMA qualification training, including the IEMA Associate Certificate, at locations across the UK (including the award-winning Woodland Grange facility in Leamington Spa).
This ten-day course provides a structured and interactive competency development for managers, advisers, consultants and others who are involved coordinating and supporting the management of environmental sustainability. This course gives delegates the understanding around the concepts required to transition to, or implement the ISO14001:2015 Environmental Management Standard. The course also forms part of the NEBOSH national diploma in environmental management.
Successful completion of the course this year entitles students to apply for the new practitioner level membership of IEMA (PIEMA).
Sign up now for IEMA Associate Certificate course to achieve practitioner status and move your HSCE career forward.