Free Accredited Auditing training and experience

Volunteering Opportunity – one day

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Are you interested in gaining some valuable training and experience in environmental auditing?

We are offering FREE accredited auditor training -Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) Approved.

You’ll receive a full mornings training in the requirements of environmental auditing followed by a free lunch, and then first-hand environmental auditing experience in the afternoon. No skills are required as we provide full training on the day; all we ask is that you can attend the morning training session and complete at least 1 audit at the university during the afternoon. Each audit will be completed in pairs and will take between 1-2 hours depending on the size of the department.The training will support you to develop and practice transferable employability skills including communication, teamwork, decision-making, time management, and organisation.

You will need to bring a laptop/tablet with internet access with you. Breaks are built into the training and a food voucher will be given to you for use in the on-campus catering facilities.

After the day you will get a digital badge to demonstrate your experience.
When: Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Where: EEG168 St Johns Campus

What Time: 10.00 am-4.00 pm 

A little bit about Green Impact…

Green Impact is an environmental accreditation programme, designed to encourage, support and celebrate departments in making environmental and social sustainability improvements. Interested University staff and students volunteered to participate in the program and have completed projects based on sustainability over the last few months. All departments participating in Green Impact will need an audit to verify their level of achievement… and this is where you will come in!

If you’d like any more information about taking part please email

Open to current University of Worcester students only

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