Classroom Dates
20 - 24 May 2024 London $5,950
30 Sep - 04 Oct 2024 London $5,950

As the concern raises for continually improving the quality of the environment, organisations of all types and sizes are increasingly turning attention to the environmental impact of their activities, products, and services. The environmental performance of an organisation is of importance to internal and external interested parties. Achieving sound environmental performance requires organisational commitment to a systematic approach and continual improvement of their environmental performance.

This training course provides an overview of the environmental issues and the technical and management approaches to achieving high environmental performance in the activities necessary for world oil and gas exploration and production. Management systems and practices, technologies and procedures are described that prevent and minimise impact. The continued sharing of best practices and comprehensive management systems by oil companies and their contractors and suppliers are essential. The role of Organisations in setting and enforcing regulations is also key to minimising the potential environmental impact. The trend towards performance-based regulations, rather than the traditional command and control approach, can stimulate more innovative and effective environmental management in all areas of the world.

Environmental monitoring defines the processes and activities that need to characterise and monitor the quality of the environment. It is used to prepare environmental impact assessments and in several conditions in which human activities convey a risk of harmful effects on the natural environment. 

All monitoring strategies and programs have reasons and justifications designed to establish an environment's status or trends in environmental parameters. 

By the end of this training course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the types of environmental aspects and their environmental impacts
  • Know the requirements of the newly revised ISO 1400 standard
  • Identify all the waste stream types and opportunities for reducing costs of waste
  • Understand environmental management system definitions, concepts, and guidelines
  • Comprehend the intent and requirements of the ISO 14001 standard
  • Understand the EMS implementation stages, learn best practice techniques, examine useful tools, and understand the integration of the EMS with other environmental programs
  • Apply environmental management principles to achieve continual EMS improvement

The participants will learn in a lively, enthusiastic, and exciting style through inspiring presentation tools and interactive techniques. They will participate in practical team exercises, typical case studies, and open discussion forums related to their own organisation’s operational activities.

This Environmental Monitoring, Modelling, and Rehabilitation training course combines instruction on the latest developments in the field of Environmental Management Systems with best practices for environmental compliance, including real-world case studies, video dramatisations, self-assessments, participatory discussions, and many exercises to make the course an exciting and enriching learning experience.

Impact on the organisation from participants in attending this Environmental Monitoring, Modelling and Rehabilitation training course includes the following benefits: 

  • The key financial savings as a direct result of implementing an effective energy-based environmental management system
  • Able to identify the environmental aspects and impacts, so reducing the risk from environmental incidents occurring
  • Implement a system that considers socio-economic needs and environmental conditions
  • Improve the effectiveness of the environmental management system
  • Managing and minimising the impact an organization’s activities have on an environment

This training course will personally benefit the participants to gain or enhance their understanding and knowledge by the following: 

  • Know the nature of environmental aspects and the associated impacts within the organisation’s operational activities.
  • Understand the environmental management principles and terminologies
  • Distinguish the purpose and role of the environmental management international standards
  • Identify key benefits to your organisation from implementing an effective EMS
  • Applying good practices to the implementation using proven tools and techniques

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit: 

  • Production Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Personnel who are involved in the managing and purchasing of hazardous substances
  • Managers, Supervisors and Consultants who will be part of an Environmental Management Systems Implementation Team.
  • Anyone involved in the implementation, maintenance or supervising of an ISO 14001


  • Key Environmental Management System (EMS) Elements
  • Document Framework for an Environmental Management System
  • Environmental Management System Benefits for Energy providers
  • Organisational Environmental Requirements
  • Environmental Management Principles


  • Understanding the Organisation’s Activities and Interested Parties
  • The Rationale for Modelling Energy Systems
  • Background Tools: Time Value of Money, Net Present Values, Variable and Fixed Costs
  • Introduction to Modelling and Decision Analysis
  • Model Design, Data Requirements, Driver Analysis, and Sectoral Disaggregation


  • Identifying and Analysing Environmental Aspects and Impact Risks
  • Understanding Environmental Impacts
  • Understanding Global, Regional and Local Environmental Issues
  • Analysis of Impacts
  • Identifying Applicable Regulatory and Standards’ Requirements


  • Energy Demand Analysis: Trend Analysis, End-use Method and Econometric Approach
  • Reference Energy System (RES)
  • Integrated Energy Planning
  • Electricity Sector Expansion Planning, Reliability, and Availability Factors
  • Techniques for Solving Problems Under Uncertainties


  • Costs and Screening Curves
  • Introduction to MCDA, Application of MCDA in Energy Planning
  • Classification of Energy Models: Top-Down, Bottom-Up, and Hybrid Models
  • Translation of model output into policy
  • Review of Case Studies within the Industry