NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management
Who is this for? Higher-level management required to advise on an organisation’s activities in relation to environmental impact. Learners are recommended to have already received a NEBOSH Environmental Management Certificate.
The NEBOSH Environmental Diploma is designed to equip practitioners with a professional-level qualification to manage responsibilities in relation to the risks of damage to the environment posed by work activities.
There are no prerequisite entry requirements for this qualification, although students will find it helpful to have already achieved certification in either the NEBOSH Environmental and/or a General Certificate first as this greatly improves a students’ potential end-result. This is a degree-level qualification and as such we classify it as a more demanding course likely to require background knowledge as a health & safety practitioner and/or the ability and application to study at this level.
Did you know? By completing the NEBOSH Environmental Certificate course prior to undertaking this qualification, you will have a better underpinning knowledge of the core subject; making you better prepared for your NEBOSH Environmental Diploma studies.
Principles of managing and controlling environmental risk, Implementation of environmental management systems, Environmental legislation, enforcement and civil liability, Dealing with key environmental hazards and resources, Practical application of knowledge and understanding via a workplace-based project
Examinations January, July
Membership MCIWEM, SIIRSM, PIEMA
Employment Level Manager, H&S Manager, Consultant
Hours 150-190 hours
Course Access 12 Months
Average Completion 7-10 Months
Exam 1 x 3 hour written exam
Exam format Open Questions
10 short, 1 long question
Practical Exam Workplace assessment, completed by yourself Equivalent Qualification Honours (typically BsC with Hons), intermediate Degree