Queen Mary, University of London is an approved Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) Training Centre and we are one of the participants in the EcoCampus programme.
We offer the continuing professional development (CPD) courses below as part of our commitment to integrate the principles of sustainable development into all aspects of our operations and to empower all staff and students to contribute to responding to current and emerging environmental risks and challenges.
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The Environmental Sustainability Skills for the Workforce course is the perefecton introduction to sustainability for those working in any job role across all sectors. This Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA) certified 1 day course allows participants to gain an insight into the most appropriate ways to embed environmental sustainability into the way they carry out their responsibilities.
Topics covered include environmental risks and opportunities facing organisations; the importance of resource efficiency; the impacts of pollution, pollution prevention and control and legislation; the impact of transport; and how employees can support the delivery of good environmental outcomes.
This certified continue professional development (CPD) course will be delivered by the Head of Sustainability. Please check the CPD booking system or email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking and more information.
We are currently offering all QMUL’s students an optional module on sustainable development. This free online module is CPD accredited and provides and introductory knowledge to sustainabliy, suitable for students studying any subject. This course is part of our commitment to integrate sustainable development into all aspects of our operations.
"The course is a brilliant introduction of how things can progress to becoming more sustainable. It was especially interesting to learn about different types of sustainability, e.g. social, economic etc. This is an understanding that I will carry with me and apply within my own sector of work. The actions that can be taken to improve sustainability are specific to each career and learning a thorough foundation can inspire thoughts to ameliorate currently unsustainable actions in your field”.
Sophia Antoniou (Institute of Dentistry 2020)
"I found the course thought-provoking and gave me a comprehensive insight into to the principles of sustainable development. The course was well-structured, clear and easy to follow. It had the right amount of detail and the content was very engaging. I especially liked learning about the various aspects of social and economic sustainability. The content is especially relevant in the current climate emergency and provides an excellent overview of the various ways in which we can achieve sustainable development. I highly recommend this course to other QMUL students!”
Kasim Ali (School of Geography 2020)
Email email@example.com for further information about this on-going optional sustainable development module.
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