CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme (SMETS)

The CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme Course is specifically tailored for site managers and aspiring professionals in the field. Expand your understanding of environmental management and legislation within the context of UK construction sites.

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    CITB Management Environmental Training Scheme (Hours: 8)

    Site managers and supervisors looking to improve their overall knowledge of environmental management and legislation on construction sites.
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    Overview

    What is the CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme eLearning Course?

    The CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme (SMETS) eLearning course is specifically tailored for site managers and aspiring professionals in the field. Expand your understanding of environmental management and legislation within the context of UK construction sites.

    This course, sometimes referred to as CITB site management safety training scheme, will prepare you for managing the environmental aspects of a construction site by helping you put into practice your legal, moral and social responsibilities.

    Site Management Environmental Training Scheme: Who is it for?

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    The course is for Site managers and supervisors who are looking to improve their overall knowledge of environmental management and legislation as it applies to UK construction sites.

    What will I learn on the SMETS eLearning Course?

    The course covers ten key areas;

    • Sustainable construction and the environment
    • Environmental management systems
    • Energy management
    • Archaeology and heritage
    • Ecology and biodiversity
    • Statutory nuisance
    • Water protection and management
    • Resource efficiency
    • Oil management and contamination control
    • Waste management

    Course Duration:

    The interactive eLearning course takes approximately 7.5 hours

    Course Content

    CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme Course Content

    The course will cover the following key areas;

    • Sustainable construction and the environment
    • Environmental management systems
    • Energy management
    • Archaeology and heritage
    • Ecology and biodiversity
    • Statutory nuisance
    • Water protection and management
    • Resource efficiency
    • Oil management and contamination control
    • Waste management

    Course Exam

    At the end of the course, you will be required to complete a exam that consists of 25 questions. You will be given 30 minutes to complete the exam and you will need to get 24 marks out of 30 marks to pass the exam.

    • 22 questions are worth 1 mark
    • 1 questions is worth 2 marks
    • 2 questions are worth 3 marks
    • You will need valid photographic ID (a passport or UK/EU driving licence)

    Course Details

    What do I need to complete CITB Site Management Environmental Training Scheme eLearning Course?

    To complete the SMETS eLearning course, you need a reliable internet connection and a desktop computer, laptop or standard-sized tablet (eLearning CourseS is not supported on mobile handsets).

    Minimum course system requirements

    • Operating system:
    • Windows, Apple or Android
    • Processor: 3 GHz
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Broadband speed: 512 kbps
    • Screen resolution: 1024 by 768
    • The most recent version of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari

    To take the end-of-course examination, you need a reliable internet connection and a desktop computer or laptop with a webcam, speakers and microphone.

    Prerequisites:

    Delegates need to have a good understanding of spoken and written English and have valid photographic ID (a passport or UK/EU driving licence)