NEBOSH International Diploma in Environmental Management Elearning (Per Unit)

د.إ 4.000,00

The qualification covers environmental management principles, multilateral treaties relating to environmental management and ways to prevent and control pollution. The syllabus is designed to provide learners with the relevant expertise wherever in the world they may be working, and to empower them to positively influence environmental management standards and practice at every organisational level.

1 year access
Course fee inclusive of access and exam registration.

 

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The qualification covers environmental management principles, multilateral treaties relating to environmental management and ways to prevent and control pollution. The syllabus is designed to provide learners with the relevant expertise wherever in the world they may be working, and to empower them to positively influence environmental management standards and practice at every organisational level.

1 year access
Course fee inclusive of access and exam registration.

 

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Course Content

The qualification is divided into two units; Unit ED1 is further divided into 12 elements and Unit
IDEM2 into two elements.

Unit ED1: Controlling environmental aspects

1 Key environmental cycles and the effects
of human activity on the environment.
2 Environmental leadership.
3 Environmental management systems and emergency planning.
4 Environmental risk evaluation and control.
5 Environmental performance evaluation.
6 Sustainability.
7 Waste management.
8 Managing emissions to the atmosphere.
9 Managing emissions to controlled waters.
10 Control of environmental noise.
11 Hazardous substances and contaminated land.
12 Energy use.

Unit IDEM2: Environmental regulation

1 Enforcement of environmental legislation
2 Pollution prevention and control legislation

Assessment

The International Diploma in Environmental Management is divided into two units. Both units
are mandatory and there are no optional units. The student may choose to take the units
together or at different times.
Unit ED1: Controlling environmental aspects
• Unit ED1 is a taught unit which is assessed by a 3-hour written examination
• The written examination consists of eight ‘long-answer’ questions (20 marks each);
candidates choose which five questions to answer out of the eight
• Student scripts are marked by external examiners appointed by NEBOSH
• A sample examination question paper can be found in Section 6.
Unit IDEM2: Environmental regulation
• Unit IDEM2 consists of a written assignment set by NEBOSH
• The report should be approximately 8000 words in total, excluding the references,
bibliography and appendices. No penalty will be applied to reports which exceed 8000
words but students should aim to keep their word count under 12000
• Submission dates for Diploma assignments are in February, May, August and November
each year

Unit Pass Standards

The pass standard for each unit may vary according to pre-determined criteria but is normalised
to 45% for the written paper (Units ED1) and 50% for the assignment unit (Unit IDEM2).

Unit Certificates

Students who are successful in an individual unit will be issued with a unit certificate, normally
within 40 working-days of the issue of the unit result notification. Units are not graded and the
unit certificates will show a ‘Pass’ only.

Qualification Grade

When a pass has been achieved in both units (Unit ED1 and IDEM2), the mark achieved for
each of the units are added together and a final grade is awarded as follows:
Distinction 135 or more
Credit 115 – 134
Pass 95 – 114

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