- Explain the different types of environmental audits and their benefits and disadvantages;
- Describe the responsibilities of Managers initiating an audit and their role in maintaining and improving environmental management systems;
- Discuss responsibilities of auditors and their role in auditing and reporting to ensure organizations maintain and improve environmental management systems;
- Gather evidence through observation, interview and sampling documents and records;
- Analyze different ways of evaluating the findings and presenting them to the senior management of the organization;
- Prepare and submit an environmental audit report to the senior management of the audited organization, suggesting ways in which effectiveness of corrective measures might be verified; and
- Conduct a mini-environmental audit that enables the candidate to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in the course.
- Introduction to auditing
- Pre-audit activities of a manager
- Pre-audit activities of a lead auditor
- Conducting an audit
- Analysis of audit findings
- Environmental audit reporting
Course participants who have a strong understanding of the concepts, principles and practice of project management and can apply them in in their contexts.
Who should attend?
Project Managers, project Leaders, and newly appointed staff who are managing or have just been appointed to manage a project. Anyone who wants to broaden his/her project management skills will find this course useful.
Apart from end of session exercises, participants will take a test to assess their understanding of concepts, principles and applications of environmental management systems.
Contact CCE for dates.
On completion of the course, each participant will receive a certificate to demonstrate that they have achieved an acceptable level of competence in the course.
£950 + VAT