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Toggle navigation USC. Thus analyzing the ISO standards. This theoretical and practical developments, allow the practice within the scope, approach and legal framework. It is also intended that graduates once completed the area are willing to join together to write any kind of project related com environmental management from the point of view of organization of the activity or specialized consulting.
Contents Module 0: Environmental management: conceptual framework and data sources. The awakening of environmental awareness.
Environmental problems. The preventive tools for environmental management. Implications for the environment. Implications for the productive sectors. Implications for society. Report the owner of the project. Public information. Transfer of the case. Corrections to the EIA. Environmental Impact Statement. Referral of the EIA statement.
Resolution of discrepancies. Publication of the declaration. Resolution of discrepancies in the Council of Ministers. Advertising statement. Identification of impacts.
Description of the project. Analysis of alternatives. Impact assessment and environmental impacts. Impact Assessment. Shared study of current and future situation of the affected area. Calculation of the incidence of impacts. Classification based on the effects. Calculate the final value. Corrective measures. Environmental monitoring program. Communication and dissemination. Module 2: Environmental Management Systems.
Current situation. Key features. Advantage of implementing an EMS. The initial environmental review RMAI. Analysis and assessment of alternatives. Proposal and schedule of performances. General criteria for the preparation of documentation. Documents systems. Other documents. Theme 9 - Audit and obtain certificates - Objectives of the audit. Stages of implementation. Obtaining certificates. Work methodology.
Theme 11 - Ecodesign - Ecodesign Definition. Environmental aspects of products. Integration of environmental considerations into the design. Environmental management systems for the design and development. Norma UNE Theme 12 - Cases of stroke and Ecodesign - Presentation of the problems. Proposed methodologies. La demanda de servicios recreativos. Principios y estructura. Competence Acquire generic competences are: a Capacity for Oral and Written Communication b Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
As the Discipline Specific Skills: a Horizontal spatial vision capability b Capacity to analyze territorial c Capacity development of integrated territorial diagnoses d Capacity to formulate proposals for innovative management e Capacity assessment and critical analysis of proposals f Capacity to land management.
Academic Skills will cover: a Capacity to work in multidisciplinary teams b Communication skills and presentation c Capacity to work with the most used tools in planning and land use planning.
Teaching methodology The methodology of this course is participatory and based on the following activities: - Lectures. Assessment system Class Participation CP - A method for determining the degree of student involvement with the matter and the trace level of it. Oral examination OE - Method essential for measuring the educational objectives that have to do with speaking. The oral examination will be related to exposure from work.
Open-response written test PE - timed test, carried out under control, in which students construct their response. You can grant or withhold the right to consult the supporting material. Academic work TA - Developing a group work on a topic chosen by the students, either from those proposed by the teacher or at the request of the group saying their interest.
Classes seminar presenting the practices and practices board and computer lab taught in computer labs, from the theoretical content developed in previous classes and doing the work of municipal management that summarizes the content of matter ; the script work is available to students in advance. Individual and group tutorials for editing and review of proposed management models groups. Free tutorials served in the teacher's office or the classroom if they are collectively trying to solve all the doubts that arise on the subject throughout the course.
Examinations of content and practical application of the connectors acquired. Voluntary reviews and recommended for the review exercises.
Also give the student depending on the characteristics and interests of the possibility of making a work of course different to that proposed in practice. These practices are obviously related to the contents of the subject, will be outlined at the beginning of the course between the teacher and each student individually.
A possible allocation of ECTS credits to the activities of this area, such as orientation towards their imminent launch and as a reflection of the work required and should carry the student to pass the course: 4.
Attendance at practical classes and seminars to raise the practice is important to develop secured the job they have to make pupils. This work helps to understand the theoretical and the importance and the difficulties they will have to be as technicians in their professional practice enfrontar future.
In addition to the tutorials overcome any difficulties that may arise. In the current credit system, besides attending the lectures 30 hours over four months, two per week , practices 15 hours throughout the semester and tutorial you want along the course , students will spend "learning" of theoretical concepts and procedures as explained in the theory classes and with the support of the recommended reading and resolution of work, an average of 8 hours per week.
In any case, it is to memorize definitions and procedures, but to be able to understand the territory from a horizontal approach, without sectoral approaches, building capacity for group work, all to allow decisions that promote sustainable development rural space. These skills, which may be easier for some people than for others, it comes with practice and hard work and personal along the course. Comments In addition to the basic literature reviewed in previous sections, it should be noted that students may access the following resources: WebCT: - in which to place the information of interest to follow the subject.
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