Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit (IEA) - University of Eldoret | Educartis

Eldoret
3 weeks
Course
On Campus

Benefits

Course Overview

This comprehensive three-week course has been designed to enhance students' knowledge and skills in assessing environmental impacts caused by organisations, as well as in designing, implementing, and monitoring mitigation measures. Taken at the main campus at University of Eldoret, the course combines theoretical learning with hands on practical experience to ensure that students can critically evaluate complex issues in this field and prepare management systems in accordance with the relevant legislation and international standards. 

Environmental impact assessments are becoming increasingly important in Kenya, and all over the world, to ensure quality of life for humans and organisms. As a graduate in this field, you will not only be in high-demand, but you'll also get to enjoy a career that is highly varied, well-paid, flexible, and that allows you to make a meaningful impact on the world in which we live, for today's and future generations. If this sounds like the right path for you, then this course will give you the tools and knowledge you need to gain a competitive advantage in this highly exciting and important field. 

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How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

At the end of this course, students will be able to: 

  • Conduct effective EIAs 
  • Advise developers on mitigation measures to reduce the environmental impacts resulting from their projects. 
  • Critically evaluate the effectiveness of existing management policies and procedures against relevant criteria and standards.
  • Understand and adhere to professional and ethical codes of conduct.
  • Articulate and justify specific courses of action on complex issues using discipline based knowledge and established management principles.

Certification obtained

Certificate of Completion (Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit (IEA))

What jobs will I qualify for?

This course will prepare students for careers such as: 
  • Environmental Scientist 
  • Consultant 
  • Compliance Officer 
  • Grants Coordinator 

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Admission Criteria

To be eligible for this course, students must be holders of: 

  • A Bachelor Degree from University of Eldoret in any of the following disciplines: Life/Health Engineering, Physical Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Applied Sciences. 

How do I apply?

To apply for this course, students must: 

  • Download and fill in an application form. 
  • Submit copies of any relevant academic certificates. 
  • Pay a non-refundable fee of 500 KES 
  • Submit a bank slip of the application fee 

Payment options

Students can pay for their fees through bank deposits or bankers cheque using the following bank accounts:

National Bank 
  • Branch: Eldoret Branch 
  • Account Name: University of Eldoret 
  • Account Number: 01 0210 733 42500
Cooperative Bank 
  • Branch: Eldoret Branch 
  • Account Name: University of Eldoret 
  • Account Number: 01 129 1831 70000
Equity Bank 
  • Branch: Eldoret Branch 
  • Account Name: University of Eldoret 
  • Account Number: 03 002 973 38822
KCB Bank 
  • Branch: Eldoret Branch 
  • Account Name: University of Eldoret 
  • Account Number: 11 268 78049
Standard Chartered Bank 
  • Branch: Eldoret Branch 
  • Account Name: University of Eldoret 
  • Account Number: 01 028 169 68202
In addition to paying fees, students are advised to have with them: 

  • 18,000 KES per semester for food 
  • 9,000 KES per semester for books 
  • 3,500 KES per semester for accommodation if in University Residence 
Note
International students pay 20% more of tuition fees but East African community applicants pay the same fees as local, privately sponsored students. 

Detailed course information

This course is taken on-campus at the University of Eldoret over the period of three weeks. 

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