ENDS Report Environmental Careers, 17 June 2015

Welcome to the ENDS Environmental Careers bulletin, delivering environmental jobs and careers news, and highlights of jobs, events and courses of interest to environmental and sustainability professionals.

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CIWEM youth prize on water set to make waves

The final judging for CIWEM’s youth water prize will take place at Severn Trent’s education centre in Derby on 18 June

WRAP chief awarded OBE for resource efficiency

Liz Goodwin has received an OBE for services to business, resource efficiency and the environment

Can women help sustain a thriving environmental services sector?

Estelle Rowe, director of diversity programmes for education charity EDT, makes the case for inspiring women into environmental engineering.

Insider Insight: Kate Whitehouse

Working for IMServ since 1997, Kate has spent the last 10 years in her role as environment, health, safety and sustainability manager. Kate is also responsible for the premises, facilities, fleet and travel, and is well placed to understand all areas of environmental impact across the business. Kate has a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety and is a Technical member of Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).


Selected environmental courses for environment and sustainability professionals

The Mammal Society: An Introduction to Urban Mammals

3 October 2015, Horniman Museum - London

An introduction to urban mammals that considers the mammal species which can be observed in our urban environments, their importance and the unique challenges they face. You will also be introduced to a range of techniques used to monitor urban mammals.  

Price: £30 (Concessions: £18.00)

Environmental Management MSc – with Climate Change Pathway

University of Derby Online Learning

This fully online course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to develop your career as a manager within environmental management. It’s popular for those already working in roles that require a good understanding of environmental management principles and their application who are looking for career development and progression into similar areas.

Contact Matt Salisbury: 01332 594000 / onlineadmissions@derby.ac.uk   

IEMA Approved Associate Certificate course in Environmental Management

A professional qualification for those dedicated to improving sustainability and environmental management within their organisation.

Public and online courses available, prices vary accordingly.