Full membership (MIEMA) to IEMA (incorporating Associate Certificate in Environmental Management) by Applied Learning
From£1998.00 + VAT per delegate
Time period to suit candidates - (Part 1, approx. 6 months Part 2, approx. 12 months)
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This two part mentored programme is offered uniquely by CRS. Part one incorporates the Associate Certificate of Environmental Management and part two supports you through to Full Membership. It offers you a route to Full Membership of IEMA via an evidence based portfolio to demonstrate not only your understanding of all the criteria, but an ability to apply your skills in a work-based setting.
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The aim of the course is to support delegates to become a competent Environmental Practioner:
a well-rounded individual that has the necessary environmental management and assessment knowledge, skills and experience to contribute, positively and proactively, to the protection and improvement of the environment. In this capacity, a Full member is able to take a long term and strategic view with regard to the goal of sustainable development.
The applied learning approach focuses on the application of the core environmental knowledge to your own organisation. It is designed to appeal to those with a practical learning style, based on the concept of ‘learning by doing’.
Part 1 IEMA Associate Certificate in Environmental Management by Applied Learning
This unique course is designed to offer you a route to IEMA Associate membership and beyond via an evidence based portfolio to demonstrate not only your understanding of all the criteria, but an ability to apply them in a work based setting. The applied learning delivery method allows you to work at your own pace, and work commitments, whilst still achieving a high level qualification.
The course is made up of six compulsory units each requiring a range of evidence to demonstrate competence in each unit has been achieved. You will be required to produce a Reflective Management Report, for each unit to demonstrate your understanding of the underpinning knowledge and provide evidence to demonstrate your ability to apply that knowledge to your own organisation.
The units are:
- Global Environmental Issues.
- Environmental Law.
- Environmental Techniques.
- Environmental Management Systems.
- Environmental Communications.
You will produce evidence to specific criteria as outlined in the unit descriptors. This evidence will then be assessed by the Assessor to ensure all the criteria has been achieved and independently quality checked by a structured sampling verification by an Internal Verifier.
Candidates will receive a complimentary copy of the IEMA handbook ‘Environmental Management in Organizations’ by John Brady as a core text.
On completion of this part of the course delegates are permitted to join IEMA at associate level and use the letter ‘AIEMA’ after your name.
Part One can be taken as a standalone version to achieve the IEMA Associate Certificate in Environmental Management , http://www.crsrisk.com/IEMA_Associate_Certificate_in_Environmental_Management_by_Applied_Learning
For those delegates who already hold the AIEMA membership our Pathway to MIEMA course offers support to Full Membership
In part two we will guide you through the action planning and assessment process to achieve Full Membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment, an ideal final step for delegates looking to become the complete environmental professional. Delegates’ will need to demonstrate their competence in all of the criteria for Full Membership in the areas of:
- Knowledge and understanding.
- Application of knowledge and understanding.
- Communication skills – internal and external.
To assess the above you will be required to complete an individual assessment, your mentor will work with you to work out your action plan and time frames. Once the work on your action plan is completed you will submit your application to IEMA which will need to demonstrate the requirements of Full Membership. A telephone interview by Members of IEMA will conclude your application.
- Induction - Explanation of the Pathway to MIEMA Process and the Full Membership Criteria.
- Self-Assessment Planning – Overview of the documentation for self-assessment.
- Self-Assessment Review – Analysis of self-assessment response and evaluation to criteria.
- Action Plan Development – Development in consultation with candidate of a plan to achieve all MIEMA requirements.
- Mentor Support – Telephone support relating to the achievement of development plan objectives, and how to overcome barriers.
- Application Development and Review – Outlining of application process, guidance on writing the short paper, formal evaluation and feedback on submission.
- Telephone Interview Preparation and Mock Interview.
- IEMA - FULL MEMBERSHIP - External Assessment.
On completion of this part of the course delegates are permitted to join IEMA at member level and use the letter ‘MIEMA’ after your name.
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