What's the collaboration?
We’ll be providing free Access IEMA registration to all students studying a Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) focused on sustainability or climate change.
About the Pearson Edexcel Level 3 EPQ
What is a Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)?
The Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Extended Project Qualification allows learners to study a topic area which extends their learning in a chosen area of study, as a standalone qualification. Learners select one of the four units. Each of the four units offers a different type of project outcome: a dissertation, an investigation/field study, a performance or an artefact. Learners will be assessed on their ability to plan, manage, complete and review their project, and will be assessed using IEMA’s sustainability skills map.
Why study an EPQ focused on sustainability or climate change?
Studying an EPQ in sustainability or climate change will allow learners to dive deep into the latest trends and technologies that are shaping the future of the planet. They can learn about exciting new developments in renewable energy, sustainable transportation, green buildings, and more!
Learners can research real-world problems that affect people and the planet by developing creative solutions to complex environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution, food supply, fashion, waste and energy.
This qualification can demonstrate to universities and future employers that the learner has a passion for sustainability or the environment and has developed the skills required for university-level study or career next steps.
How do I apply to deliver a Pearson Edexcel Extended Project Qualification?
If you're planning to deliver an EPQ, complete the short form below and Pearson will be in touch with the relevant information and support to help you get started.
About the Access IEMA subscription
What are the benefits of an Access IEMA subscription?
Access IEMA registrants will be able to start their journey with IEMA, with a full range of articles and webinar recordings on areas covering sustainability, climate change, nature and biodiversity, pollution and waste management, water and energy and more. Students will be able to find out more about green jobs and careers and read a full range of news, blogs and articles written by experts. You will also be able to see career pathways available to you on the IEMA new Green Careers Hub.
Who has access?
All students that select 'Sustainability and Climate Change' in the registration form will have two years unlimited access to content from IEMA. This includes our exclusive membership magazine and webinar recordings (face-to-face events will not be available to join). After the free subscription, students who choose to carry on with their IEMA journey will be able to access a full range of IEMA’s membership benefits, subject to terms and conditions.
How do I join?
Register your interest with Pearson, who will be in touch with all the relevant details and information on how to sign up.
You’ll then receive access from IEMA.