Environmental Health & Safety Management - Carlow
It is essentially designed for busy professionals who wish to develop their knowledge base, network with like-minded individuals and further their career. Further outcomes at this level relate to specialist skills and transferable skills required for managing, such as the abilities to critique and develop organisational structure and initiate change.
What subjects will I study?
Risk Assessment and Management
Hazard Analysis Management and Control
Environmental Waste Management
Health and Safety Practitioner Skill Development
Building Assessment and Fire Safety
Health and Safety in Construction
Strategy Process and Leadership
Contemporary Issues in Strategic Management
Researching Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
The entry criteria for the following Awards at level 9 is that applicants progress from L8 major qualification with a minimum 2:2 or an equivalent professional qualification such as ACCA or CIMA.
All applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants who do not have a Level 8 qualification at a 2.2 award level and who have relevant work experience and or other certificates and qualifications may also be considered through the University's RPL procedures. Relevant professional experience may be considered and individuals will be assessed on a case-bycase basis through RPL procedures.
South East Technological University reserves the right to require applicants to attend for interview to determine their suitability for the programme.
2 years part-time, 2 evenings per week 7.00 - 10.00pm (indicative).
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Study & Career Opportunities
Graduates may pursue Level 10 (PhD) study opportunities upon successful completion of this programme.
A significant aspect of environment, health and safety (EHS) activities involves striving for compliance with organizational and legislative requirements. This is a multi-purpose award-type. The knowledge, skill and competence acquired are relevant to personal development, participation in society and community, employment, and access to additional education and training within the remit of Health and Safety or other discipline areas.