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Environmental Protection and Sustainability (Distance Learning)


Course Details


Course/Module Code

UZVRTP-15-M

Level

M

Fees

20-21 Non-Accredited 15 credits

£562.00

Unassessed

20-21 Accredited 15 credits

£746.00

Assessed

Course Dates

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Course Dates

Course Information : Accredited by CIEH - Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. All students must complete an On-line Induction, prior to starting the Module, to make sure they can access all material and on-line classrooms. This will be organised by the Programme/Module Leader. If a student is completing more than one Module one Induction will be sufficient. All students must have the following equipment available as required as part of acceptance onto the module • Compatible Computer; • Webcam • USB connected headset and microphone; • Adequate Broadband width and must be able to access the Module with Google Chrome or Firefox. Distance Learning: Dates and times of Collaborate Sessions to be provided in the Module Handbook. Submission Dates: 1,500 word assignment: TBC by module leader. Online Group Viva: TBC by module leader.

Venue

CPD DISTANCE LEARNING (GLENSIDE)


Applications

University

Campus

Distance learning

Careers/further study

This module can contribute towards:

  • PGCert/PGDip/MSc Environmental Health
  • MSc Environmental Health Studies.

Content

The syllabus will include:

  • An introduction to the concepts of environment, health and sustainable development and how they relate to one another;
  • Development and implementation of pollution management policies and strategies by local government, central government and international agencies; National, European and international perspectives on pollution incidents and management;
  • Roles and functions of the various agencies involved in environmental protection and how they interact and collaborate;
  • Environmental protection by the development and use of strategic policies such as land use planning, transport, recycling and re-use of materials;
  • Environmental quality guidelines, standards and objectives for air, water and land;
  • The treatment of water and sewage and implications for the health and safety of water supplies and surface waters including bathing water;
  • Environmental and health impact assessment. Integrated pollution prevention and control and the best practical environmental option;
  • The origin and nature of the law of nuisance and the use of statutory nuisance as a remedy in environmental health practice;
  • Noise monitoring and abatement methods; the use of national and international standards and guidelines in assessing the impact of noise;
  • Air quality theory and management; challenges to improving air quality;
  • Environmental radiation associated with high-voltage power transmission, telephony and natural emissions such as radon.
  • Procedures for the determination and management of contaminated land.
  • Principles of sustainable development and their influence on waste management strategies.

 

Course Director

Ellis Turner

Introduction

On successful completion of this module, you will be able to access, synthesise, critically analyse and apply knowledge and understanding of:

  • The links between environment, health and sustainable development
  • Those aspects and processes of human activity that may give rise to environmental contamination and impact on human health
  • The efficacy of a range of pollution prevention and control strategies/interventions
  • Environmental law and standards at UK and supranational level and their efficacy in combating local and trans-boundary emissions
  • The role of environmental health practitioners in conjunction with other agencies and stakeholders in managing environmental risk

Learning and Teaching

Teaching is delivered in the format of up to 12 online lectures (delivered with Adobe Presenter software or software of an equivalent nature), plus online seminars, formative assessments and other forms of interactive/collaborative activities utilising tools such as Blackboard Collaborate, Blogs, Wikis, quizzes and discussion boards. These are delivered via the Blackboard online learning platform.

Essential, indicative and supplementary online learning materials and resources are also provided via Blackboard, with links to online library resources.

Telephone

+44 (0)117 32 81158


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