Environmental Training courses

Environmental training courses and ISO 14001 training.Please click on the relevant link below to get more information about the training course:

Environmental Training Courses

Get an edge on your competitors and international recognition with an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS). Build stakeholder confidence in your commitment to reducing your environmental impacts as an integral component of sustainable business success. Meet your environmental policy requirements and benefit from a structured approach to achieving your environmental objectives.

With an ISO 14001 EMS you will cut costs and energy use through streamlined processes, lower risk of environmental accidents and achieve the highest operational standards across your organisation by means of increased EMS awareness. Choose from our range of ISO 14001 EMS training courses below.

Our public courses are scheduled for a range of dates and locations. Public courses are a great environment in which to learn and interact with like-minded people from different backgrounds, giving you different perspectives on the same problems. Our public courses are available to individuals and employees from both public and private sectors.

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Train your staff in-house

We can deliver training in any of our courses at your premises, charging by the day rather than by delegate, providing a cost effective way of training a larger group. We also customise our courses according to your organisation’s requirements.

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Training courses

Prepare your organisation for ISO 14001 certification:

View details of Overview of ISO 14001 Environmental management systems

  • Understand the requirements of ISO 14001
  • Learn how to develop your own environmental management system

View details of Implementation of ISO 14001

  • Get equipped to develop your environmental management system
  • Deliver ISO 14001 certification

View details of Auditing ISO 14001 Environmental management systems

  • Take the next step in implementing your environmental management system
  • Create confidence in your management system
  • Become a qualified internal auditor

 

ISO 14001 has undergone an update with the final version of its revision to be released in May of this year. Learn how to transition from ISO 14001:2004 to ISO 14001:2015 with our upcoming courses:

IEMA CertifiedMaking the Transition to ISO 14001:2015 NEW (see IEMA-certified courses below)

 

Implementation of ISO 14001:2015 NEW  Coming

Learn how to implement the required changes to your ISO 14001 system.

 

The Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) is the largest professional membership body for the environment with over 15,000 members working across all industry sectors. Choose from our IEMA-certified courses below:

View details on Managing with Environmental Sustainability NEW  IEMA Certified

A two-day course to help key managers embed environmental sustainability within an organisation:

  • Understand the strategic opportunities and constraints environmental sustainability presents organisations
  • Understand the importance of resource efficiency and the impact of environmental sustainability across the value chain
  • Identify the impacts of pollution, prevention, control and environmental legislation and how employees can support environmental sustainability.
View details of Associate Certificate in Environmental Management NEW  Awaiting IEMA approval

Covers all the areas of knowledge an individual requires to become an Associate IEMA member (AIEMA). Widely recognised by employers as a must-have for anyone with environmental responsibility. It is designed to raise the professional competence of environmental practitioners, covering environmental sustainability, assessment, interpretation and management of environmental performance, business culture and environmental legislation.

 View details of Making the Transition to ISO 14001:2015 NEW  IEMA Certified

Aimed at individuals that are responsible for implementing or maintaining an environmental management system based on ISO 14001 and covers the new requirements of IEMA CertifiedISO 14001:2015. Enables delegates to evaluate and implement changes and improve their organisation’s EMS. If you want to implement the ISO 14001:2015 standard in your organisation, this course will give you the tools to adapt to the updated standard. You will leave the course with the unique electronic iemaSTS EMS Gap Analysis Tool.

 

 

Useful entry courses for the relative newcomer to environmental requirements and to address common environmental issues:

View details of Environmental awareness

View details of Introduction to environmental legislation

  • Understand environmental legislation and principles
  • Identify your legal responsibilities and steps to ensure compliance

View details on Waste management and resource minimization

  • Understand waste management principles and legislation
  • Understand best practice in waste management and how to develop a waste minimisation programme

View details of Best practice in hazardous chemical and spill control

  • Understand dangers of hazardous chemicals and principles of spill response
  • Understand legal obligations
  • Review existing practices and develop your own spill response programme
  • Know how to assess and respond to chemical spillages

 

Specialised environmental courses:

View details of Seveso awareness

  • Understand Seveso Directives and related legal requirements
  • Understand your duties and Seveso risk assessment process
  • Review existing practices to address need for MAPPS / Safety Reports, external emergency plans etc. 
View details of Ammonia Emergency Response

Get equipped to deal with ammonia emergencies

 

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Carbon offsetting with the World Land Trust

When you attend any of our Environmental courses, we offset the carbon emissions from all our courses including your travel and other activities using the Carbon Balanced Programme of the World Land Trust (WLT).