In this Environmental Awareness Training course, there are no formal prerequisites.
This Environmental Awareness Training course is suitable for anyone who wants further advance their knowledge in environmental awareness.
Environmental Awareness Training Course Overview
Environmental awareness is the appreciation of the natural environment and making selections that benefit the earth rather than hurt it. Some of the approaches to practice Environmental Awareness include utilising protected and non-poisonous building supplies, preserving energy and water, reusing, activism, and others. Environmental awareness is an extremely important part of our lives. Earth is a permanent place to live for various living species and all human beings who are reliant upon the environment for food, air, water, and various requirements. That's why it is significant for each person to save and secure the environment. This course outfits with all the information and specialised ability which need to turn into Environmental Consultants, Environmental Assistant Managers, Conservation Officers, and many more.
Our 1-day Environmental Awareness Training course aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive knowledge of environmental awareness. During this course, delegates will learn about assessment of risk, dose-response evaluation, population response, exposure and latency, expression of risk, and ecosystem risk assessment. They will also learn about the elements of aquatic ecology, the effect of pollution on streams, the effect of pollution on lakes, the effect of pollution on oceans, and many more. This training course will be taught by our highly professional trainers who have years of experience in teaching courses.
This training will also cover the following concepts, such as:
- Ecosystem risk assessment
- Effect of pollution on oceans
- Plastic pollution
- Reducing the consumption of energy
At the end of this Environmental Awareness Training course, delegates will obtain all the required knowledge to monitor and enforce health and hygiene legislation. They will also be able to investigate when there's an incident, such as pollution, noise problem, pest infestation, toxic contamination or an outbreak of food poisoning. They will be conduct tests as well as surveys and present environmental data.