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Fifth Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Culture and Highest Appropiate Authorities-April 7-8 (Organization of American States)
02/26/2011, 1:53 pm
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the Fifth Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Culture and Highest Appropriate Authorities will take place on April 7-8, 2001 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
During this meeting it will be held the official event to launch the 2011 Inter-American Year of Culture: “Our cultures, our future” and considered among other topics fostering social inclusion and civic engagement amongst youth through effective public policy; the role of culture in promoting sustainable development; and nurturing diversity in the Americas. Please find attached the draft agenda.

Official Ambassadors of CCLP Worldwide may contact Secretariat for more information about participation
Draft Agenda – V Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Culture and Highest Appropriate Authorities


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Con mi felicitación, espero que todo sea bueno, para mis amigos y compañeros.
Un cariñoso desde España.
Comisario
Jenaro Rosemary
CCLP Worldwide-Spain

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary

Please confirm if the 5th Inter-American Meeting of Ministers and Highest Appropriate Authorities of Culture within the Framework of CIDI has been rescheduled to 17 – 18 March 2011.

Comment by Betty Kerr

Dear Sir,
To our knowledge the program has not been preponed.

Thanks

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DEPUTY-EUROPE COOPERATION CCLP WORLDWIDE AS SHOWN MY COMMITMENT IN COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, DESIGNED AND COMPLETE FOR TEACHING INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR BID FOR CCLP WORWIDE RECOGNIZED THAT AGREEMENT IN TERMS OF AGREEMENT WITH WORLDWIDE-SPAIN CCLP FULLY COMPLETED MODULES:
MASTER IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND CONSULTING
OBJECTIVES
• Learn the impacts generated by the business activity on the environment.
• Establish the technical possibilities for controlling and minimizing pollution from the company
• Know the legal aspects relating to Environmental Management.
• Prepare students to be able to implement and manage an Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2004
• Know the Independent Environmental Consulting as a profession for the future that is being sued in the enterprise market with a significant economic burden.
• Training in the consultation processes and environmental management consultant and can be set to start his own consulting and practice their profession

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

No previous knowledge required of the Environment. The course begins with a synthesis approach and Ecology and Environment, the environmental implications of the company and the implementation of an environmental management system. Includes ISO 14001, the consultancy, in his theory for practice with professional and established as an environmental consultant.

TARGET COURSE
Qualified professionals (engineers, doctors, lawyers, consultants, auditors, managers, academics, etc.) Wanting to play with a high level of training in Environmental Management and Environmental Consultancy and all those techniques and procedures typical of Environmental Management, Quality and Enterprise Security.

TYPE OF COURSE
Distance and the Internet without a time limit and tailored to the needs of student ICT technologies).

Development modules
The masters course is developed in 88 teaching units, working to master in which the content requirements outlined by illustrations, graphs and examples for students to use our method of integrated study via the Internet and e-Learning, ICT and develop technologies constantly learning, uniform and intense.

COURSE MATERIAL
The student will receive the following material:

– Full text of all course units.
– Student Guide.
– Assessment Test.
Real-time tutoring over the Internet and Video conference
– CD-ROM with appendices of the course: Environmental and Consulting
– ISO 14001
– ISO 14004 Standard
Standards consulting, etc.

TUTORIAL SUPPORT
Each student has a tutor who will guide and orient in the study and learning problems that may arise, and will assist you on any specific query relating to the content of the text, either by phone, by mail, fax or e-mail, video conference
Using ICT technology of communication via internet or virtual platform.
BACKGROUND AND METHODS (may vary
Prof. Tutor):
25% midterm examination (objective test with questions of development that may account for the writing, tutoring and test)
35% Final exam (objective test with questions of development that may account for the writing, tutoring and test)
25% Writing assignments (single or multiple tasks, the equivalent of 8 pages, tests)
15% for discussion and participation (attendance, logins, discussion contributions, tests)
Value of 8 credits final dissertation
The student must pass to graduate at least 80% of the total master plan studies and approve the Final Master
Rating scale used
In this course (master) is usually a 7-point scale, as follows, although the instructors are free to make adjustments or modifications as circumstances permit. Sometimes, when circumstances permit, the scale can be reduced to a 10-point scale, or a little more.
A = 93-100
B = 86-92
C = 78-85
D = 70-77
F = 69/below

MODE OF ASSESSMENT
Continuous assessment resolution mode tests, writing practice tests, tutorials, and exercises on the same exercises, research each semester final and final dissertation based on the progression of partial investigations.
The final dissertation project will be evaluated on first reading by the master teacher, and their presentation and defense will be presented and defended before three doctors of the faculty, can do real-time video conference via the Internet.

DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE COURSE
After completing the course, and whether it has completed development, the student will receive a Certificate of Education and accredited degree accredited studies. The University provides its own certificates and awards the Master’s degree from the University of … in Environmental Management and Consultancy.

HOW TO REGISTER AND BEGIN THE COURSE
You can start the course at any time and, unless prior knowledge recommended in each case, there are limitations that can.

Content (Graduate Level (2)
Curriculum
Module I

Item 1. INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

1.1 Outline Environmental Management
1.2 Environment, Environment and Natural Resources
1.2.1 Environmental Branch
1.3 Concepts and definitions of environmental management
1.3.1 Environmental Consultants
1.3.2 Forecasts of environmental management
1.4 The ecology: concept, importance and relationship to other sciences
1.4.1 Purpose of the ecology
1.4.2 Basic concepts of ecology
1.5 Concept of conservation
1.6 Sustainable Development
1.7 Environment and society: public participation, benefits

Item 2. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY

2.1 Historical development of environmental management in the company
2.2 Relationship Business-Environment
2.3 Environmental effects of industrial activities
2.4 Responsibility and Environmental Management in the company
2.5 Profitability and environmental management in the company
2.6 Environmental Management Strategies in the company
2.7 Tools for environmental management in the company
2.8 Benefits of integration in the enterprise environment

Subject. 3. ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS

3.1 Concepts and definitions
3.2 The ISO 14000 Environmental Standards
3.2.1 Advantages of the family of ISO 14000
3.3 The ISO 14001:2004 standard. Structure and Analysis
3.4 The ISO 14004:2004 standard. Technical support for ISO 14001
3.5 Success factors for implementing ISO 14001
3.6 How People Are Using the ISO Environmental Standards

Item 4. HOW TO MAKE AN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

4.1 Evaluation Environment. Concept and Features
4.2 Impact Environmental. Concept, sources and avoidance
4.3 The Environmental Risks. Concept and Features
4.4 Contents of an environmental assessment
4.5 Specific areas to evaluate
4.6 Steps for environmental impact assessment
4.7 Questionnaires for environmental assessment in an enterprise

Subject. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

5.1 Concept and objectives
5.2 Reasons for implementing an EMS
5.3 Advantages of an EMS
5.4 Analysis of the Environmental Management System
5.5 Steps for implementing an EMS under ISO 14001
5.6 Certification of an EMS

Item 6. CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

6.1 Concepts and definitions
6.2 Types of contamination
6.3 The air pollution. Control and management
6.4 The water pollution. Control and management
6.5 The soil contamination. Control and management
6.6 The noise pollution. Control and management
6.7 The waste pollution. Control and management
6.8 The contamination of food. Control and management

Item 7. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT TOOLS

7.1 Evaluation of environmental impacts
7.2 Audit environmental
7.3 Ecolabel
7.4 ISO 14000
7.5 Environmental Management System
7.6 Life cycle analysis

Item 8. ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS

8.1 Concept and definition
8.2 Types of environmental audits
8.3 Content and methodology
8.4 ISO 19011:2002 for environmental audits
8.5 Basic steps of a process of environmental audit

Module 2

Item 9. CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT
1.1 The Consulting. Definitions
1.1.1 Consultancy and Advisory Service
1.1.2 The consultancy as a separate service
1.1.3 The consultation as a learning source
1.1.4 The consultancy and information
1.1.5 Limits of the consultancy
1.1.6 Professional support to the people who run companies
1.2 The Environmental Consultant. Definition
1.2.1 Types of Environmental Consultants
1.2.2 The role of environmental consultant
1.2.3 Why is it necessary to the work of environmental consultants?
1.2.4 Who uses environmental consultants?
1.2.5 How to choose and hire a consultant or a consultant?
1.3 The consultation process
1.3.1 Initial Preparation
1.3.2 Diagnosis
1.3.3 Action Planning (Plan of Action)
1.3.4, Implementation and implementing
1.3.5 Completion (Final Review)

Item 10. THE FIGURE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT
2.1 Training and experience
2.2 Characteristics of environmental consultant
2.3 Skills and personality
2.4 Communication Attitude
2.5 The environmental consultant and his team
2.6 Needs of environmental consultant
2.7 Performances of the environmental consultant
2.8 Code of Conduct environmental consultant
2.9 Contract consulting and environmental consultant fees
2.10 Preparation and supply management in the recruitment of consultants
2.10.1 The offer for private customers
2.10.2 The bid for Public Administration
2.10.3 Basic composition of the offer and its presentation

Item 11. HOW TO INSTALL AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING
3.1 Key factors for installation
3.2 How to make an initial assessment
3.3 The Consultancy An own business!
3.4 Who can carry out the consultancy?
3.5 The consulting services. Material to start
3.6 Registers, licenses and permits
3.7 Choosing a name for his consulting
3.8 The environmental consulting market
3.9 Qualification and Registration of Environmental Consultants (format)
3.9.1 Qualifications on the National Register of Providers (RUP)
3.9.2 Qualifications of Consultants in the Ministry of Environment
3.9.3 Registration in the Association of national and international consulting companies.
3.9.4 Qualification for Registration of Environmental Facilitators
3.9.5 Classification of Environmental Consultants in the Municipality of Quito
3.9.6 Classification of Environmental Consultants in the Municipality of Cuenca
3.9.7 Register of Environmental Consultants Environmental Fund
3.10 According to Executive Decree law and Country

Item 12. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY
4.1 Concept and definition
4.2 Historical development of Environmental Management
4.3 The Business and Environment
4.4 Environmental effects of industrial activities
4.5 Strategies for environmental management in the company
4.6 Instruments for environmental management in the company
4.6.1 Audit or environmental diagnostics
4.6.2 Life Cycle Assessment of products (LCA)
4.6.3 Ecolabelling
4.6.4 Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
4.6.5 Environmental Statements
4.6.6 Standardization of products
4.6.7 Total Quality
4.6.8 Technological Innovation
4.6.9 Subsidies and Grants
Insurance and Banks 06/04/1910
4.7 Benefits of integration in the enterprise environment
4.8 The ISO Environmental Standards

Item 13. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
5.1 Concept and definition
5.2 Objectives of an EMS
5.3 Advantages of an EMS
5.4 Relationships of an EMS with quality management
5.5 The ISO 14001:2004 standard. Orientation requirement for use
5.6 Steps for implementing an EMS under ISO 14001
5.7 The Manual and documentation of an EMS
5.8 Application of EMS to different sectors
5.9 Certification of an EMS
5.10 Accreditation Who should be credited?

Item 14. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
6.1 Concept and definition
6.2 Scope, objectives and content of an EIA
6.3 Assessment, identification and assessment of environmental impacts
6.3.1 Identification of measures likely to generate impacts
6.3.2 Inventory of the physical, biotic and socio-economic
6.3.3 Identification of environmental impacts
6.3.4 Assessment and quantification of impacts
6.3.5 Correction Measures

6.4 Environmental Impact Studies
6.4.1 Methodology for conducting an EIA
6.4.1.1 Justification
6.4.1.2 Description of the project and its actions
6.4.1.3 Consideration of technically feasible alternatives
6.4.1.4 Environmental inventory and description of changes
6.4.1.5 Identification of impacts
6.4.1.6 Assessment of impacts
6.4.1.7 Establishment of protective and corrective measures
6.4.1.8 Surveillance and Control Program
6.4.1.9 Executive summary and final report

6.5 Participation of citizens
6.6 The Environmental Impact Statement
6.7 Environmental impact assessment and environmental licensing international standard

Item 15. ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS
7.1 Concept and definition
7.2 Historical development of environmental audits
7.3 Objectives and scope of the environmental audit
7.4 Relations between the Environmental Audit and Environmental Impact Study
7.5 Types of environmental audits
7.6 The actors of the audit
7.7 Process execution of an Environmental Audit
7.7.1 Pre-audit
7.7.2 Audit
7.7.3 Post-audit
7.8 Monitoring of the Environmental Audit
7.9 The Audit Manual
Figure 7.10 The Environmental Auditor. Training and Code of Conduct
7.11 The Environmental Audits in Ecuador
7.12 New Standard for ISO 19011:2002 EMS Audit

Item 16. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
8.1 Concepts and definitions
8.2 Types of contamination
8.3 The Air Pollution. Air pollutants and control
8.4 The Water Pollution. Pollution sources and control
8.5 The Soil Pollution. Control measures
8.6 The Noise Pollution. Noise as a pollutant. Control
8.7 The Waste Pollution. Types and treatment
8.8 The Food Contamination. Origin and effects

Item 17. HOW TO DEVELOP ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTS
9.1 The Environmental Reports
9.2 Structure and composition
9.3 Language and spelling
9.4 Planning and schema. The draft
9.5 Review final report

Item 18. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

10.1 Law and the Environment. Environmental Rights
System of legal norms 10.2
10.3 Environmental Legal Principles
10.4 The Environmental Management Responsibility
10.5 The criminal protection of the Environment
10.6 Environmental Crimes
10.7 The Environmental Law
10.8 Environmental Legislation and Legal Framework Classification
10.9 Environmental Legal Instruments in force
Cleaner Production 10.10
10.11 Final Masters Project
EDUCATIONAL APPROACH
The topics of the Master is divided into three semesters of 32 credits hours per semester
In the third semester the student will make her final Masters 8 hours of credit
Duration: 3 semesters / 18 months.
Hour teaching load credits (1 credit = 25 hours X 25 = 1590 Hours
COST OF TUITION PROVIDED BY THE WIDE-INDIA-CCLPWOLD FOR GRADUATE (2).
Prof. Genaro Romero Pastor. DS.c-Ph.D-Auditor-Consultant
EXECUTIVE DEAN
Jenaro Rosemary
Commissioner-Europe

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