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Environmental Management Diploma 

Course Overview

The demand for qualified environmental managers to advise, control and monitor pollution, noise and waste has increased dramatically in recent years. Many private and public sector organisations now understand the need to reduce their carbon footprint. Reducing wastage costs and at the same time eliminating potential damage to the environment has become a priority.

Successfully tendering for contracts requires effective Environmental management control systems. This is a niche area for jobs, so past graduates tend to do very well and get well paid positions with county/city councils, pharmaceutical, factory production, waste management and consultancy.

It is the Environmental Managers role to advise and monitor on environmental management systems, appropriate to various companies and organisations ranging from hotels, factories, waste treatment plants to restaurants, hospitals and chemical plants.

Entry Criteria
There are no barriers to entry to the CMI Environmental Management Diploma programme. Delegates will be asked to complete a pre-course application form to demonstrate prior learning and experience.

Progression:
Career paths open to current graduates include: environmental managers, environmental consultants, environmental planning officer, green investment planning, environmental ecologist, ecological modeller, environmental chemist, conservation scientist, forester, hydrologist or geoscientist. Many of these jobs are with private firms and non-profit organisations and others with the public sector.


Award 1: CMI Environmental Management Diploma

Award 2: Environmental Studies Component Award - Level 5 QQI 5N1442


Applicants who intend taking this course have very different backgrounds and experience, both professionally and academically.

 

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