IEMA Environmental Management in Construction - 27 & 28 March

IEMA Environmental Management in Construction - 27 & 28 March

Overview
This two day course, will aim to build on the IEMA Working with Environmental Sustainability course by further developing knowledge of the risks and opportunities associated with environmental management in construction. This course is assessed by an open book exam and a post course project. Candidates must have attended the IEMA Working with Environmental Sustainability course to be eligible to attend this course. This course is suitable for construction industry operatives, supervisors and managers.

Certification
A certificate of achievement is issued by The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and Act Sustainably Limited

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • Coleg Y Cymoedd
    Parc Nantgarw
    Treforest
    CF157QY
  • 27 & 28 March
  • 9 am - 5 pm

Who should attend
Other Construction Technical and Professional Staff. his course is suitable for construction industry operatives, supervisors and managers.

Course Content

On successful completion of the course you will have an appreciation of the following topics as they relate to construction activities:

• Environmental risk assessment
• Environmental law
• Energy management
• Water management
• Traffic management
• Emergency planning and pollution control
• Resource efficiency and waste management
• Ecological constraints and mitigation
• Historic environment constraints
• Environmental management planning


A certificate of achievement is issued by The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and Act Sustainably Limited

Qualifications
A certificate of achievement is issued by The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and Act Sustainably Limited

Course duration
2 days

Number of participants minimum and maximum
min: 6 / max: 12

Deliverer
Act Sustainably Limited
Redfern
4 Picton Road
Tenby
SA70 7DP

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid
To request a space please go the website: www.cwic.wales
Or for further information please contact:
Email: CWIC@uwtsd.ac.uk
Tel: 0300 323 0013
Facebook: /ConstructionWalesInnovationCentre

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Request a Space

For more information please:
Email: cwic@uwtsd.ac.uk
Tel: 0300 323 0013

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