- Distance Learning – 6 months support included (support can be extended for an additional fee) - 3 Months to complete initial self-assessment, followed by action plan duration.
- Additional Work:
- Distance Learning
- Your Home / Workplace
This one to one support package focuses on completing a gap analysis, developing an action plan, and individual support through the IEMA Full Membership assessment process.
The course is designed for individuals who currently hold Associate membership of IEMA and want support to become Full Members or Chartered Environmentalist. The courses individual focus makes it ideal regardless of the method of gaining AIEMA status and can also support experienced environmental professionals looking to apply for MIEMA status via the direct route.
Candidates are externally interviewed by IEMA assessors via a short paper submission and a 45 – 75 minute interview.
The course contains eight areas which will monitor the delegates’ competence that are key to Full Membership
- Be able to explain fundamental environmental and sustainability principles and their relationship with organisations.
- Understand environmental and sustainability strategies, policies and legislation insofar as they relate to your area of professional activity.
- Be able to critically analyse, interpret and report environmental data and information to inform sustainable decision-making and provide advice.
- Identify and analyse problems and opportunities from an environmental perspective to develop and deliver sustainable solutions.
- Use Communication to drive effective environmental and sustainable business practices.
- Embed sustainable thinking in organisations insofar as it relates to your area of professional activity.
- Manage and deliver environmental improvements and improve resilience.
- Educate, influence, persuade and challenge others to lead and promote sustainability.
To assess the above you will be required to complete an individual self-assessment (which must be completed within 3 months), following this your mentor will work with you to develop your personal action plan and time frames for completion; based upon realistic dates agreed between you and your mentor dependent upon the amount of work required for you to achieve the MIEMA Standards.
When the work on your action plan is completed, we will provide you with a mock interview and support so that you can submit your application to IEMA, which will need to demonstrate the requirements of Full Membership. A telephone interview by Members of IEMA will conclude your application.
Candidates that are not successful on their first attempt, or do not submit their application within the agreed time scales can purchase additional support.
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This is a distance learning course only, you can start the programme at any time.