July 26, 2011

Environmental Management Program, with Section on Compliance and Enforcement, Accepting Applications for Fall 2011

Filed under: Compliance Training, INECE Secretariat — inece @ 4:41 pm

The Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands offers a twelve-week long executive program on Environmental Management 16 September through 11 December 2011.

The Program teaches participants how to combine environmental policy, management, and technologies with stakeholders participation. Special attention will be given in the program to environmental inspection as an important tool to implement the environmental policy. During two days of the Program, Jo Gerardu of the INECE Secretariat will provide instruction on the principles of environmental compliance and enforcement.

The Program is targeted to the following environmental management professionals:  mid-level governmental officers, senior and mid-career executives from both public and private sector, and lecturers and consultants.

The application deadline for the program are due 15 August 2011.  The Program offers a limited number of fellowships.

To apply, complete the form available through the MSM website at http://www.msm.nl/Programs/Executive-Education/Open-enrollment/Environmental-Management/Apply-online.aspx. For more information, contact admissions@msm.nl.

 

More information: the Maastricht School of Management (MSM)  is a globally networked management school that provides state-of-the-art  education to managers and mid-career professionals from many different countries. The school’s objective is to enhance professional competence and enrich the lives and careers of those involved in the practice of management. They balance management theory with practical experience and research in a multicultural and multidisciplinary setting. Its activities translate that into specific efforts for executive training, degree granting, business consulting, and management research. 

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