IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management (5 Days)

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  • Day 1
     18th January 2024
     9:15 am - 4:00 pm
  • Day 2
     25th January 2024
     9:15 am - 4:00 pm
  • Day 3
     1st February 2024
     9:15 am - 4:00 pm
  • Day 4
     8th February 2024
     9:15 am - 4:00 pm
  • Day 5
     15th February 2024
     9:15 am - 4:00 pm

Course Aim:

This five day course has been developed to provide learners with a foundation of environmental and sustainability knowledge to build upon. The wide range of environmental, sustainability & governance principles covered ensures that learners appreciate and understand the breadth of the sustainability agenda and the focus on specific management tools and skills. It will provide learners with a introduction to practical application that they will need when working within this arena.

Target Audience:

This course is aimed at learners who are initiating a career in environmental management and want a solid foundation of environment and sustainability expertise to build on. Also for anyone that has environmental responsibilities in the workplace, or   for those who may be collecting and analysing energy data, part of an environmental champions scheme or working at entry-level in a full time environmental role and feel ready to learn and do more.

The achievement of IEMA Associate membership , IEMAS’s entry professional membership level , helps provide evidence of this knowledge as well as commitment to this career pathway.

Course Outcomes:

Once completed, delegates will be able to:

  • Outline the implications of global trends for the environment, society, the economy and organisations
  • Outline sustainable business/governance principles and their relationship with organisations, products and services
  • Outline environmental principles and their relationship with organisations, products and services
  • Outline major policy and legislation and their implications for organisations, products and services
  • Outline major tools, techniques, systems and practices used to improve sustainability performance
  • Outline the role of innovation and other leading practices in developing sustainable products and services and providing sustainable solutions
  • Collect data, perform analysis, and evaluate information
  • Research and plan to provide sustainable solutions
  • Deliver effective communication and capture feedback
  • Engage with stakeholders
  • Outline tools and techniques that identify opportunities and risks
  • Identify and propose ways to improve performance
  • Support change and transformation to improve sustainability

Format of Delivery:

This course will be delivered face to face. Assessment is via a 1 hour open book online multiple choice exam and will require a laptop for that section.

The course is assessed in English.


IEMA  - Successful completion of this course and of the assessment confirms that the learner has met IEMA Associate membership standard. A certificate of course completion and IEMA Associate membership will be provided and will include 1 years IEMA membership.



Venue Phone: 01685 884175

Venue Website:

Aberdare Enterprise Centre, Depot Road, Aberdare, Rhondda, Cynon, Taff, CF44 8DL, United Kingdom