National Short Courses in Environmental Health


Principles of Risk Assessment and Management

19thJune - 23rd July  2017 

This course will be delivered fully online in 2017

This course provides a general introduction to the concepts of risk assessment and management. Updated annually to include examples of current relevance to all those interested in environmental health including: methamphetamine lab risk assessment, post flooding risk assessment, water quality, food safety, air quality, ground water and contaminated site risk assessment. Sessions will also include real-life scenarios and a step-wise approach to issues in carrying out real risk assessments from experts. 

The course can be taken as a 4.5 unit topic towards a postgraduate award such as a Master of Public Health or a Master of Environmental Health. If you are a Flinders University student, enrol in "ENVH9704 Risk Assessment and Management". If you are a non-Flinders student, you need to enrol as a cross-institutional student. 

 

Course 2: "Risk Communication in Practice: engaging the public" will not be held in 2017. 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             

These courses are run in conjunction with the University of Adelaide and Department of Health SA

 

 

Course presenters

Convener: 

Dr Harriet Whiley


Academic speakers:

Academic speakers 

 

 

Venue

The course will be held fully online via Flinders Learning Online (FLO). 

Course fees

AU $2583 (incl. GST)

 

Registration

Download and complete the NSCEH-Registration-Form-2017 (DOCX 119KB)  then return via email to nsceh@flinders.edu.au.

Flinders University Students

Flinders students taking this course as part of a university award should enrol in topic ENVH9704 Risk Assessment and Management. There will be extra assessment requirements for students taking this as part of a university course. 

Non-Flinders University Students / Cross-Instutional Enrolment

All non-Flinders University students taking this course as part of a university award are required to complete a cross-institutional application form and send the required documents to askflinders@flinders.edu.au. There will be extra assessment requirements for students taking this as part of a university course.

 

Contact us

To receive further information and to register your interest please contact Dr Harriet Whiley at nsceh@flinders.edu.au