Education and Training

News

The first ever degree-level apprenticeship to train environmental practitioners in England has officially been launched. This means that employers in England are now able to recruit candidates to...
On Tuesday 21st May, CHES members and education professionals gathered at UWE, Bristol, to discuss the value of an environmental science education. The day covered the academic journey of an...

Event

Join us as we explore the value of an environmental science education. What experience do students have of environmental science at each stage of their education, and how can we motivate the next...
The room for this event has changed. With the world's oceans under increasing pressure from acidification, warming, habitat destruction, pollution and unsustainable fishing practices, the topic of...
Hosted by the Royal Geographical Society, this practical, activity-based workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with GEES colleagues from across the UK...
This webinar series will explore the culture and attitudes around entrepreneurship in the environmental science sector. Over the coming months, we will hear from a range of successful...

Job

This new post will manage the Institution’s growing education and continuous professional development work. We are seeking an individual passionate about academic and professional training, who...

Report

The 2016 Wakeham review of STEM Degree Provision and Graduate Employability identified poor graduate employability statistics across a number of STEM subjects, including Earth, Marine and...

Policy response

Profile

Harold is an Associate Professor and Deputy Dean of Faculty for Applied Sciences at the University of Malawi. His key professorial responsibilities include teaching environmental engineering;...

Pages