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Environmental Technician Training Course

Want to work on HS2?

Take part in a free Environmental Technician Training course and you are one step closer.

This course is FREE – no cost to you!!!!

On successful completion of this course you are guaranteed an interview for 9 available jobs.

This 12 day course at James Watt College equips you with the correct and up to date knowledge to work successfully as an Environmental Technician.

Environmental Technician short training course includes:

  • Introduction to construction environmental management plans
  • Environmental awareness
  • Site inspections – bad and good practice
  • Incidents and corrective actions – solutions/mitigation
  • Compliance with on-site procedures
  • Undertake monitoring activities for water quality, dust/air quality, noise/vibration, waste
  • Collect and prepare samples for laboratory analysis
  • Management of data and analysis with interpretation
  • Reporting results
  • Interview preparation.

This course is a City & Guilds qualification.  On completion you will undertake the Construction Scheme Certification Scheme test.

Certificated training on the Site Environmental Awareness Training scheme

Completion of this test will allow you to hold a CSCS card.

This includes:

  • Why the environment is important -environmental sustainability and how construction impacts the environment
  • Ecology
  • Environmental management systems
  • Legal compliance – legislation, best-practice methods on-site to minimise environmental impact and make improvements where possible
  • How to be a good neighbour.

As part of the course you will be required to take a drugs and alcohol test.

As the role available at the end of the course involves travel across various sites, you will need to be able to drive and your own vehicle.

If you are interested, please call National Careers Service on 0800 100 900  and quote Environmental Technician.