Regulatory Training: Tool to assess impacts

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Tool to assess impacts

Tool to assess impacts

Course structure: Tool to assess impacts

General components of the environment
General impacts of human activities on the biophysical environment
Specific impacts of human activities on the environment
Environmental terminology
The difference between predictive and monitoring tools
Classification of methods and tools for environmental performance improvements Tools to assess a selection of impacts on the environment
Risk Assessment
Environmental impact assessment
Data is maintained in accordance with the requirements
Anomalies in the data
Determine the immediate causes of the identified impacts
The immediate causes of selected environmental impacts
We accurately record and report the causes identified

Course outcomes:

Identify a variety of potential and actual impacts on the environment and use the correct terminology to describe them

  1. Surveys and Questionnaires: Trainers often use these immediately after the training to assess the participants’ understanding and satisfaction. They can also use them months later to evaluate the long-term impact of the training
  2. Tests and Assessments: These can measure the increase in knowledge or skills as a result of the training. They can be administered before and after the training to measure improvement.
  3. Observation: Supervisors and managers can observe employees in their work environment to assess changes in behavior or performance after the training.
  4. Interviews and Focus Groups: These can provide qualitative data on the impact of the training. Participants can share their experiences and the changes they have noticed in their work as a result of the training.
  5. Performance Metrics: These are quantitative measures of performance such as sales figures, production rates, or error rates. If these improve after the training, it can be an indication of the training’s impact.
  6. 360-Degree Feedback: This involves collecting feedback about an employee from their peers, subordinates, and supervisors. It can provide a comprehensive view of the impact of the training.

Target group:
Supervisors
Management

Certificates:
We will issue an attendance certificate in electronic format, specifically in PDF

SAQA unit standard:
Aligned to unit standard 119554 Apply environmental management tools to assess the impacts

The skill, knowledge, and values reflected in this unit standard form part of the exit level outcomes required for the National Certificate in Environmental Practice NQF Level 2.