Environmental Auditing and Reporting Course

Environmental Auditing


  • 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

Learning outcome

Course participants who have a strong understanding of the concepts, principles and practice of project management and can apply them in in their contexts.

Couse duration

5 days

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.

Course dates

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

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