Associate Entry Exam support
What support is available for the Associate Entry Exam?
Downloads, materials and information to support self-study towards Associate via the Entry Exam
This page holds a wealth of information to support anyone studying towards Associate, particularly useful for the self-study route via the Associate Entry Exam.
As it takes on average 80 hours of study to pass any IEMA route to Associate we have collated a number of useful links, downloads and webinars in one place for you to take full advantage of.
If you would like to discuss the support available to Candidates, speak to an IEMA Adviser.
Guidance and advice on how to prepare for the Associate Entry Exam, including an overview of the Associate Standard - by Helen Manns, Chief Examiner
Core Text - The IEMA Handbook, Second Edition
This is an essential resource for Associate and will assist anyone studying to achieve a good level of environmental knowledge in all but six areas of the Associate Standard (see below for additional resources).
Available to buy from the IEMA Shop.
Environmental Business Case (Financial and Non-Financial)
The Key Principles of an Environmental Business Case (Financial and Non-Financial). Webinar presented by Toby Robins FRSA IEMA Sustainable Development Director at Wiles Greenworld.
The Principles of Change Management
IEMA Practitioner - Volume 8 Change Management for Sustainable Development IEMA Practitioner 8 - Change Management.pdf
IEMA Practitioner Guide 5: Environmental Data Resources Vol 5 Environmental Data Management.pdf
GHG Protocol. Includes other countries & sector specific tools.
Main Ecosystem Services
IEMA Practitioner Guide – Volume 10 The Business of Biodiversity: a guide to its management in organisations Practitoner10-Biodiversity.pdf
IEMA e-Briefing - Considering Ecosystem Services in Environmental Impact Assessments. IEMA e-Briefing 6 Jan 12 Dec11 Ecosystem Services in EIA.pdf
The Environment: Principles and Applications, Chris Park (2nd Edition, Routledge)
Value Chain Management
Environmental Reporting and Green Claims
The Environmentalist Online GHG accounting of green power by Nick Blyth.