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Environmental Health & Safety Management

Offers participants an opportunity to reflect on their professional practice and gain a theoretical and critical perspective

This two-year part-time programme aims to provide participants with specialist knowledge in both environmental management and health and safety management. It offers participants an opportunity to reflect on their professional practice and gain a theoretical and critical perspective of issues associated with environmental, health and safety management.

Entry requirements

Minimum Entry Requirements:
Holders of a BSc (ordinary degree, Level 7) in Environmental, Health and Safety Management at Merit Grade 1 or equivalent, and with three years' relevant work experience. This work experience does not necessarily imply additional experience to that which may already have been considered for entry to the undergraduate programme,

or Holders of a Level 8 science or engineering degree with two years' relevant post-qualification experience.

Duration

2 years: 24 weeks per annum
Monday and Wednesday 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Plus scheduled Saturdays year 1 only

Saturday Dates
Semester 1 2018
6 October
27 October
17 November
1 December

Semester 2 2019
19 January
16 February
9 March
6 April

Further enquiries

Enquiries
Cynthia Bradley
cbradley@ait.ie

Carmel Kealey -
Programme Co-ordinator
ckealey@ait.ie

+353 (0)90 648 3050
lifelonglearning@ait.ie
www.ait.ie

Subjects taught

Year 1
• Occupational Toxicology
• Risk Management and Organisational Behaviour
• Environmental Hazards
• Occupational Hygiene and Hazards
• Environmental, Health and Safety Law
• Project Management
• Business and Professional Development
• Research Methods

Year 2
• Environmental Toxicology
• Strategic Management & Implementation
• Environmental Management
• Environmental Assessment
• Thesis

Institute induction
Please note: Institute induction is on Saturday 23 September 2017 from 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date is compulsory.

Comment

Course Award: Master of Science Level 9

Induction
Induction is on Saturday 22 September 2018 from 9.30am to 1.00pm. Attendance on that date is compulsory

Application date

Closing Date
As this is a Master's Programme at level 9, students are required to have registered with the Institute on or before Friday 7 September 2018.

Apply through the use of the application form available at the back of the AIT Evening & Part-time Prospectus 2018-19 on the college website.(or download -link below)

An Information and Registration evening will take place at the Institute from 5.30pm - 8.30pm on Thursday 6th September 2018.

Course fee

€4650 per annum

Enrolment and start dates

Commencing 17th September 2018

Apply through the use of the application form at the end of the Evening & Part-time prospectus 2018/2019 (or download via link below).

For assistance with this please contact us on 090 6483050 or email lifelonglearning@ait.ie and we will guide you through this process.

An information and registration evening will take place at the Institute from 5.30pm to 8.30pm on:
Thursday 6 September 2018

Institute staff and representatives of Professional Bodies will be available on this evening to provide additional information on programmes, answer queries and to offer guidance and assistance. However be aware that we invite you to contact us anytime during the year for guidance and advice.
Alternatively, students may forward a completed application/registration form (see back of this prospectus), including the appropriate fee, to the Department of Lifelong Learning.

Closing Date
As this is a Master's Programme at level 9, students are required to have registered with the Institute on or before Friday 7 September 2018.

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