Outlining critical information, processes and approaches to environmental and social governance as they relate to the development construction, operation and decommissioning of Renewable Energy (RE) projects. The course content will involve all the initial processes from the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) all through the lifecycle of RE. The focus will be on the broader environmental impact of both the plant site and its surroundings as well as the workspaces of all personnel involved. The course will also highlight all key aspects of each component of the environmental requirements and their interaction with all the stakeholders of the RE. The course also aims to highlight the environmental requirements as one of the critical components in the setting up of a RE plant.
This course will help participants develop their knowledge and skills to ensure that all aspects of the environmental requirements of renewable energy projects are effectively and properly managed.
At the end of this training programme, course participants shall be able to:
1. Legal and Regulatory Requirements 2. Overview of Renewable Energy Plants 3. Environmental and Socioeconomic Baseline 4. Environmental and Social Impacts Assessment 5. Mitigation Measures 6. Environmental and Social Management Plan
Participants' Profile/Target Group
Participants' profile or target group are engineers, technicians, and any suitably qualified personnel requiring an appreciation of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for Renewable Energy Projects.
Delivery: Onsite at Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre
Dates: Onsite at Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre from – 26 to 30 September 2022
Online from 3 October to 25 November 2022