FETC: Environmental Practice NQF 4

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FETC: Environmental Practice NQF 4

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About this course

South Africa has a need to manage and protect its natural resources and ecological systems, while simultaneously using its resources in a sustainable manner to promote social, physical and economic development.There is also a need for people as individuals, and as members of social or workplace communities, to become aware of their responsibilities towards the environment and to be empowered to make informed choices regarding their own activities and the impact that these activities have on the environment. There is also a need for people to develop practices which will ensure that their activities, individually and collectively, result in the sustainable use of resources and minimise negative impact on the environment.Recent developments in environmental legislation have resulted in an increased demand for practitioners with the necessary skills, knowledge and values to fulfil these legislative requirements.

SAQA ID: 49605

NQF: L4

Credits:140

Entry Requirements

 Entry requirements : Grade 10 or equivalent 

Career

  • Digital Electronic Engineering
  • Process Control
  • Industrial Electronic Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering & Construction

Material & Facilities

  • Training Module 
  • Certificate and statements of results 
  • Stationeries: (Pens & writing Pad) 
  • Subject matter expert facilitators 

Modules

  • 13941 Apply the budget function in a business unit 
  • 123369 Implement environmental improvements to a site, facility, operation or process 
  • 13235 Maintain the quality assurance system 
  • 114589 Manage time productively 
  • 13224 Monitor the application of safety, health and environmental protection procedures 
  • 123368 Process environmental data and organisational information 
  • 14427 Select and supervise the use and maintenance of plant, equipment and tools 
  • 118028 Supervise customer service standards 
  • 116380 Supervise workers at levels 2 and 3 
  • 123372 Use appropriate tools and information systems to manage own information and communication 
  • 8969 Interpret and use information from texts 
  • 9015 Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically interrogate and effectively communicate findings on life related problems 
  • 7468 Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business, national and international issues 
  • 12153 Use the writing process to compose texts required in the business environment 

Delivery Methods

  • Face To Face – Full time, Part time, Weekend classes, Distance learning 
  • Virtual Training – online sessions accessible anywhere, recorded sessions available.
  • E-Learning – Self paced learning, study from home.