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The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) is proud to host a National Certificate Environmental Practice SAQA Qualification ID 49605 NQF Level 2 - Feb - Dec 2019
South Africa has a need to manage and protect its natural resources and ecological systems, while simultaneously using its resources in a sustainable manner to promote social, physical and economic development. 

People as individuals, and as members of social or workplace communities, need to become aware of their responsibilities towards the environment and to be empowered to make informed choices regarding their own activities and the impact that these activities have on the environment. There is also a need for people to develop practices which will ensure that their activities, individually and collectively, result in the sustainable use of resources and minimal negative impact on the environment. 
Please note that the course will only take place if we have a minimum of ten delegates..
National Certificate Environmental Practice SAQA Qualification ID 49605 NQF Level 2

Date: Visit www.iwmsa.co.za for training dates
Venue: Gauteng (TBC)
Click here for a full description of the SAQA qualification
 This qualification is applicable to a range of contexts within the field of environmental science, environmental management and waste management, such as local government, public and private waste management enterprises, cultural or natural heritage sites, community projects, recycling and recovery of resources. The following are typical contexts in which this qualification can be assessed:
  • Waste management related activities (Materials recovery and buy-back centres, Waste reception and Landfill operation.
  • Water course cleaning, care and maintenance.
  • Care of public places, open areas, cultural and natural heritage sites.
  • Maintenance of parks and sports fields.
  • Involvement in community projects and job creation schemes relating to environmental practice.
  • General industry or extraction, i.e. activities with an environmental care or improvement focus.
 
The course is aimed at those involved in the waste management industry as well as those who have recently acquired the responsibility for managing waste within their organisations.
Visit www.iwmsa.co.za for training dates.
Training will take place twice a month in Gauteng
Summative Assessments will be done on the 2nd afternoon of the training
Training times: 09:00 to 16:00 daily
Students to provide their own lunch
COST
Please note the costs below:
  • Are for the full one year National Certificate: Environmental Practice commencing February to December 2019;
  • Include 24 Unit Standards (USDs) in total of which two USDs will be presented per month (from February to December 2019); and
  • Include all the compulsory Fundamental credits (39) plus the Core credits (77). A total of 12 electives should be selected to make up the total of 128 credits for the qualification
IWMSA Members: R 45,000.00 (Incl. VAT)
IWMSA Non-Members: R 50,000.00 (Incl. VAT)


Please note no refunds will be given within the two weeks preceding the course. Once you have enrolled for the course no cancellation will be accepted
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Gail Smit
IWMSA Head Office
Tel: 011 675 3462 or 011 675 3464
E-mail: gail@iwmsa.co.za
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