10287NAT Diploma of Environmental Management
The 10287NAT Diploma of Environmental Management gives Environmental Officers the practical skills, knowledge and confidence to manage their environmental responsibilities.
Objectives and Outcomes
- Graduates of the Diploma of Environmental Management will have technical and theoretical knowledge of concepts within the field of environmental management.
- Graduates will have the ability to act on information from a range of courses within the environmental management field as well as be able to analyse, plan, design and evaluate approaches to unpredictable problems.
- Graduates will be able to demonstrate a practical understanding of knowledge in the field of environmental management.
- Graduates will be able to apply environmental management strategies, site environmental management planning, local, state, territory and federal environmental legislation.
- Graduates will be able to implement and monitor procedures for dealing with environmental hazards, implement and monitor procedures for quantifying impacts and controlling risks and conduct community consultations.
This Course Covers
- Environmental Management in the 21st Century
- Resource Management
- Environmental Legislation
- Land management
- Environmental Management Systems
- Risk Assessment and Environmental Performance
- Keeping Current
- Project Management
$5,400.00 per person
This course is GST Free
Who Should Attend
Managers or Site Managers who have responsibility for managing, controlling and reducing environmental risks and issues. WHS Managers who are required to include environmental issues within their role.
- Environmental Manager
- Environmental Adviser
- Site Environmental Officer
- OHS&E Manager
There are no specific entry requirements for the 10287NAT Diploma of Environmental Management.
Absorb recommends that students should have:
- Certificate IV or similar level qualifications in environment or health and safety
- vocational experience in a work environment in supervisor or site manager role
- high level language, literacy and interpersonal skills – sufficient to interpret complex documents and legislation and prepare and present written reports, policies, procedures and strategies
- have computer literacy skills for research and preparation of documentation
Prospective learners must have access to environmental work practices, with an appropriate level of work based projects (as required to demonstrate competency in the units undertaken)
Public courses in most capital cities
5 days face-to-face, plus completion of a major assignment over a 26 week period following the face-to-face classroom session
Maximum 20 attendees
Theory and practical
Nationally Recognised Course
Absorb Environmental Solutions delivers all training in partnership with Absorb Training, RTO # 110032.