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guscastaldi  
#1 Posted : 28 January 2020 13:23:36(UTC)
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guscastaldi

Hi, Just wondering if anyone has completed the MSc in Safety, Health and Environmental Manaagement that many Universities are now offering? I am an experienced health and safety professional who has amongst other qualifications the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety and IEMA Foundation in Environmental Management.  The course modules include Environmental Management, Individual Dissertation, Business Law, Business and Risk Management, Workplace Evaluation and Control, Health and Safety Management & Corporate Responsibility for Managers. Has anyone found this course to be of benefit for furthering your skill set & landing roles? Does the environmental side give you in-depth knowledge which will help you succeed in a lead HSE role (presently limited experience of environmental roles)? IOSH will understandably not give an opinion but if anyone can share their experience, it would be greatly appreciated. If I decide to enrol it's £9k of my own money and a lot of study for 18months!! 

lumusislight  
#2 Posted : 12 February 2020 09:17:38(UTC)
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lumusislight

Hi, I think my MSc in Safety, Health and Environmental Management is worth it. I'm currently looking for a good apprenticeship in Wales, but there're no variants (that could be interesting) so far (I've sent an official request to Apprenticeship Training Agency too). One is an Apprentice Technician at Goodrich Aerospace UK Limited, but it's in Wolverhampton.

lumusislight  
#3 Posted : 12 February 2020 09:21:37(UTC)
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lumusislight

Originally Posted by: lumusislight Go to Quoted Post

Hi, I think my MSc in Safety, Health and Environmental Management is worth it. I'm currently looking for a good apprenticeship in Wales, but there're no variants (that could be interesting) so far (I've sent an official request to Apprenticeship Training Agency too and had a chance to write my paper applications and filled out a couple of them ). One is an Apprentice Technician at Goodrich Aerospace UK Limited, but it's in Wolverhampton.

  I do not regret that I didn't choose the "learning at work" program: Master's degree at the University of Portsmouth, but still I think it could be a better variant for me (in terms of my financial situation).

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