Continuing success with REACH postgraduate course
Lancaster Environment Centre’s Postgraduate Certificate in REACH continued on the 8th September with the beginning of the 2nd Module of the course which saw delegates return to LEC after having undertaken module 1 in July 2009.
The aim of the Postgraduate Certificate is to enable delegates to tackle REACH effectively; Course Director Andy Sweetman says “we designed the course to provide a good grounding in all the elements of REACH that will be essential for Registration.”
For module 2 taking place between 8th and 10th September the sessions provided a comprehensive overview of the scientific and technical issues that delegates will be facing. Delivery by LEC scientists was accompanied by sessions led by Mark Selby of Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd; one of the UK’s leading REACH experts and training providers. Throughout the 3 days delegates enjoyed a combination of informative workshops and practical exercises that brought the vast and complex subject matter into context.
With 6 days of intensive training completed module 3 in November will add a different dimension to the course; packed with case studies, practical exercises and group discussions it will give delegates the opportunity to see how REACH has been working in reality and how themselves and other businesses can cope effectively with the demands REACH has placed upon them.
Module 3 will take place between 10th and 12th November 2009 and is equally valuable as part of the whole postgraduate course or for anyone currently working within the spectrum of REACH. For further information please contact Mark Cooling on 01524 510298 or by email to email@example.com