Environmental Impact Assessment: Back-to-Basics
The Impact Assessment Network starts 2020 with this EIA Back-to-Basics webinar by WSP. Aimed at early career professionals or those new to EIA, the webinar covers the fundamental basics, including; the EIA regulations, EIA process and EIA in practice. This is a practical webinar written by practitioners for practitioners.
In this webinar, EIA Quality Mark consultancy WSP kicked off the 2020 Impact Assessment webinar series with a Back-to-Basics session. The webinar is aimed at early career professionals or those new to impact assessment and runs through some of the fundamental basics, including; the EIA regulations, EIA process and EIA in practice. With content focused on avoiding common pitfalls and tips on what to do and what not to do, this is a practical webinar written by practitioners for practitioners.
The webinar will help introduce newcomers to EIA in practice and provide pointers and advice for early career professionals.
This webinar counts for 1 hour of CPD, so don‚Äôt forget to add it to your IEMA CPD Portal. This can be accessed through your member account on iema.net.
EIA Back to Basics Slides - CLICK HERE
Environmental Impact Assessment - Back to Basics - David Hoare, Associate Director, WSP - CLICK HERE
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