GLENVIEW, Ill. (PRWEB) June 04, 2020
The National Registry of Environmental Professionals announced an online workshop taking place over five weeks which will prepare students for the REM Registered Environmental Manager Certification Examination.
The REM Online Workshop takes place from July 9, 2020, through August 6, 2020, one session a week covering each chapter of the REM Printed Study Guide. The workshop includes and culminates in a computerized REM examination at a testing center. The workshop allows professionals to receive classroom-style instruction from the comfort of their homes or offices while allowing safe social distancing. Topics covered in the workshop and study guide include the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, and more. Registrants will receive a copy of the workshop’s PowerPoint. Attendees must purchase the REM Printed Study Guide separately.
What is the Registered Environmental Manager Certification?
A Registered Environmental Manager certification designates professionals capable of managing major environmental health and safety projects and programs. These projects may include, but are not limited to:
- environmental auditing
- hazardous materials management and transportation
- environmental real estate assessment
A widely recognized designation, the Registered Environmental Manger certification is recognized by organizations and agencies such as the U.S. Postal Service, National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service; Resolution Trust Corporation, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Department of Energy, Amtrak, State of Alabama, and more.
REM® Certification Requirements
Professionals pursuing a Registered Environmental Manager certification must have a bachelor's degree in an environmentally related discipline. This may include physical, biological, and health sciences, engineering and environmental majors, and other related fields of study. Applicants should also have a minimum of five years of direct work in the fields of environmental engineering, health, science, or management. Professionals may substitute three years of approved work experience for one year of academic education.
About the National Registry of Environmental Professionals:
Since 1987, the National Registry of Environmental Professionals has provided credentialing for those desiring to work in the environmental fields. An accrediting nonprofit, NREP is the largest organization in its field and is recognized by governmental bodies such as the United States Department of Energy and United States Environmental Protection Agency. Its more than 15,000 members regularly demonstrate the highest professional aptitude and hold to impeccable ethical standards.