Education Charter International


CCLP Worldwide shortly convening Preparatory Meeting of RIO+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development
02/18/2012, 6:56 am
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International Organization of Education Charter CCLP Worldwide has been actively promoting the vision of UN for Sustainable development through its principal campaign “Education Charter International”.
RIO +20 UN Conference on sustainable development has following broad theme.
1.Green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication
2.The institutional framework for sustainable development
CCLP Worldwide has received the approval of UN secretariat for RIO + 20 to use the logo and name of RIO + 20 for preparatory and side events relevant to main theme.

RIO + 20 Logo in Hindi- Courtesy by CCLP Worldwide

CCLP Worldwide secretariat has translated the RIO + 20 logo in Hindi and encourage its stakeholders to promote RIO +20 by way of preparatory meetings and seminars.


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Dear friends and colleagues from the International Council of CCLP Worldwide.
I think the issue of conference lectures on environmental issues, the most important, to win hearts and bring some countries to the general idea of ​​the majority for the good of the planet, the quality of life of future generations achieve stabilization, deterioration of the environment and curb the progressive warming of our planet
I hope that with the wit and talent, as always we manage to win the battle that we are losing time as the proliferation of derivatives and the massive use of fossil oil make thousands of factories, and cars continue to increase overall pollution on the planet that, as an unseen plague suffer all citizens and all living beings and the balance of ecosystems, ultimately shortening the life on the earth’s crust, deteriorating day by day, year after year, even though we get summon the will political, and economic to tackle the problem in a real and sustainable.
Engineer and Master in Environmental Sciences, while Auditor and Consultant Ambientar I give my vote and urge you to persevere in this endeavor.
And again I ask you and I propose this course can be included in which we and Web-masters and that I have all the information, so you can list and post as stated, and give it in teaching as the already force, giving and donating to CCLP Worldwide, the entire course. Prof. Dr. Genaro Romero.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT COURSE
COURSE CONTENT
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING
TRAINING UNIT # 1
CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT
1.1 The Consulting. Definitions
1.1.1 The consulting and advisory service
1.1.2 The consulting as an independent service
1.1.3 The consultancy as a source of learning
1.1.4 The consultancy and information
1.1.5 Limitations of the consulting
1.1.6 Professional help 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 consulting process
1.3.1 Initial preparation
1.3.2 Diagnosis
1.3.3 Planning Measures (Action Plan)
1.3.4 Application, Implementation and implementation
1.3.5 Completion (Final Review)
TRAINING UNIT # 2
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT’S FIGURE
2.1 Training and experience
2.2 Characteristics of the environmental consultant
2.3 Skills and personality
2.4 Attitude of communication
2.5 The environmental consultant and his team
2.6 Needs of the environmental consultant
2.7 Actions by the environmental consultant
2.8 Code of Conduct environmental consultant
2.9 Contract consulting and environmental consultant fees
2.10 Development and management of supply in the hiring of consultants
2.10.1 The offer for private customers
2.10.2 The offer for Public Administration
2.10.3 Basic composition of the offer and its presentation
TRAINING UNIT No. 3
INSTALLING AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING
3.1 Key factors for installation
3.2 How to make a first evaluation
3.3 The Consulting A business itself!
3.4 Who may exercise the consultancy?
3.5 The consultancy service. Material to start
3.6 Registrations, licenses and permits
3.7 Choosing a name for your consulting
3.8 The environmental consulting market
3.9 Qualification and Registration of Environmental Consultants (formats)
3.9.1 Qualification of Consultants in the Ministry of Environment
3.9.2 Qualification on the National Register of Providers (RUP)
3.9.3 Registration of Companies Consultants Association of Ecuador (ACCE)
3.9.4 Qualification for Registration of Environmental Facilitators
3.9.5 Registration of Environmental Consultants in the city of Quito
3.9.6 Environmental Consultants in the city of Cuenca
3.9.7 Environmental Consultants in Loja Provincial Government
3.9.8 Registration and qualification in the Provincial Government of the GOLD
TRAINING UNIT No. 4
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY
4.1 Concept and definition
4.2 The principles and activities of the Environmental Management
4.3 Historical development of Environmental Management
4.4 The Company and the Environment
4.5 Environmental effects of industrial activities
4.6 Environmental Management Strategies in the company
4.7 Tools for environmental management in the company
4.7.1 Environmental Impact Assessment
4.7.2 Audit or environmental diagnostics
4.7.3 Life Cycle Analysis of products (LCA)
4.7.4 Ecolabelling
4.7.5 Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
4.7.6 Environmental Statements
4.7.7 Standardization of products
4.7.8 Total Quality
4.7.9 Technological Innovation
4.7.10 Subsidies and Grants
4.7.11 Insurance and Banking
4.7.12 Certification
4.7.13 Environmental Performance Evaluation
4.8 Benefits of integrating environment in the company
4.9 The ISO Environmental
TRAINING UNIT No. 5
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
5.1 Concept and definition
5.2 Objectives of an EMS
5.3 Benefits of an EMS
5.4 Relationships of an EMS with quality management
5.5 The ISO 14001:2004. Orientation requirement for use
5.6 Steps to implement an EMS according to 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?
TRAINING UNIT No. 6
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
6.1 Concept and definition
6.2 Scope, objectives and content of an EIA
6.3 The Environmental Impact Study in Ecuador
6.4 Procedure for the regularization of productive activities
6.5 Process for the preparation and licensing of EIS
6.5.1 Issuance of Certificate of Intersection and categorization of the project?
6.5.2 Preparation of Terms of Reference (TOR’s)
Sheets 6.5.3 Environmental and Environmental Management Plan
6.5.3.1 WFP FA and Aquaculture Farms
6.5.3.2 WFP FA and Poultry Farms
6.5.3.3 AF and Fixed Radio Stations WFP
6.5.3.4 WFP FA and Banana Plantations
6.5.4 Preparation and processing of the EIS (Ex-Ante/Ex-Post)
6.5.4.1 Introduction and justification
6.5.4.2 Detailed description of the project and its actions
6.5.4.3 Consideration of alternatives and area of ​​influence
6.5.4.4 Environmental inventory (Baseline)
6.5.4.5 Identification and assessment of environmental impacts
6.5.4.6 Environmental Management Plan
6.5.4.7 Document Summary or Executive Summary
6.5.5 Citizen Participation
6.5.6 Declaration and Environmental License
6.5.7 Environmental Monitoring
6.6 Presentation, Review and Payment of Fees for EIS
6.7 Guidelines for the formulation of the EIS
TRAINING UNIT # 7
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
7.5 Types of Environmental Audits
7.6 The actors of the audit
7.7 Process of implementation 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 by Country
7.12 New ISO 19011:2002 for EMS Audit
TRAINING UNIT No. 8
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
TRAINING UNIT No. 9
ENVIRONMENTAL REPORT WRITING
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 and final report
TRAINING UNIT No. 10
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION
10.1 Law and the Environment. Environmental Rights
10.2 System of legal regulations
10.3 Environmental Legal Principles
10.4 The Environmental Management Responsibility
10.5 The Criminal Protection of Environment
10.6 Environmental Crimes
10.7 The Environmental Legislation
10.8 Environmental Legislation in Ecuador. Classification and Legal
10.9 Environmental Legal Instruments in force
Cleaner Production 10.10
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Comment by Jenaro Rosemary

thanks for posting lectures and share it

Comment by qaisar khan

we no matter what we do ensure that just like we are responsible of our own bodies be responsible towards my environment

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