Certificate in Environmental Management course launched

RRC has launched an online course for the IEMA Certificate in Environmental Management.

online learningThe course will provide detailed knowledge of environment and sustainability principles and will aim to give learners the management tools and skills to deliver positive change in their organisations.

At the end of the 120-hour course, students will undertake an online assessment, meaning there is no need to attend formal exams. Successful completion of the course meets the requirements for Practitioner Membership of IEMA (PIEMA).

During the course, which can be studies from anywhere in the world, learners will have unlimited access to tutor support.

Gary Fallaize, RRC’s Managing Director, said: “The dangers that face the world through global warming have again hit the headlines. With governments reluctant to take the steps needed it will be up to the Environmental Profession to take on the challenge to continually improve the environmental performance of their organisation and promote good practice to all prepared to listen.

“Whilst studying this IEMA course on its own will not save the world, it will provide the knowledge to help your organisation reduce its environmental footprint and make a small but needed contribution to improving our environment.”

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Categories: E-learning, Safety Training and Development, Sustainable


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