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Federal Ministry of Environment, Mandatory Training Workshop

18th - 20th November, 2014

Landmark Hotel, 4 Worlu Street, D/line, Off Olu Obasanjo Road, Port Harcourt Nigeria

(Phone: 07017777480).

 

PLEASE NOTE:
Companies and organizations can send more than one (1) participant to the workshop.

 

 

Click here to Register Online

 

MANDATORY TRAINING FOR THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT

ACCREDITED CONSULTANTS

The Basel Convention Coordinating Center for Training and Technology transfer for the African Region in Hazardous Wastes and Chemical Management (BCCC-Africa) based at the University of Ibadan, is both a National Institution and a Regional Center of Excellence for Training and Technology Transfer in Hazardous Waste and Chemical Management in the African Region. It also serves as the Federal Ministry of Environment-University of Ibadan Linkage Center.

 

The core functions of the center include:

  1. Training
  2. Technology transfer
  3. Information
  4. Consulting and
  5. Awareness raising.

 

The BCCC-Africa has been authorized by the Federal Ministry of Environment to organize a 3-day Mandatory Training Workshop for all the Federal Ministry of Environment Accredited Environmental Consultants nationwide.

 

The workshop will be organized in Abuja at dates to be specified. The second in the series of the workshops has been scheduled for 18th-20th November, 2014 in Port Harcourt.

 

The date of the third workshop in Abuja for those who cannot participate in the Lagos and Port Harcourt workshop will be announced later.

 

Attendance and participation at this capacity building workshop shall be a Pre-requisite for the Renewalof Extant certificates of environmental consultants already accredited by the Federal Ministry of Environment.

 

RESOURCE PERSONS:    Renowned environmental experts from the academia, government, public and private sectors.

 

QUALIFICATION FOR PARTICIPATION:   Accredited Federal Ministry of Environment consultants only.

 

Workshop Training fee: N75, 000.00 per participant, including cost of training materials, lunch and tea breaks.

 

Mode of payment:

(i)     Bank draft at thepointof registration at the workshop venue

 

(ii)   Bank transfer preferably to: Basel Convention Coordinating Center for Africa, with proof of transfer.

 

Bank Details

 

Bank: First bank of Nigeria Plc.

Account Name: Basel Consultancy Service

Account No: 2020518484

Sort code: 011191238

 

Note:

(i)      Full payment is strict condition for participation.

(ii)    Early registration by participant is encouraged.

 

Date:   18th - 20th November, 2014

Venue:   Landmark Hotel, 4 Worlu Street, D/line, Off Olu Obasanjo Road, Port Harcourt Nigeria, (Tel. no: 070 1777 7480).

Time:   09.00hr, daily.

 

Mode of Registration:                

(i)       Online at www.basel.org.ng

 

(ii)      At the venue

 

All correspondence to:

The Executive Director,

Basel Convention Coordinating Center for Africa Region (BCCC-Africa),

University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

 

Attention: Mrs.Aniagboso Grace U. (Administrative Officer)

Or Mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or send sms to 08053512211/08163757600

 

Also, the BCCC-Africa is compiling the Roster of Experts in Hazardous Waste and Chemicals Management in Africa. If you are interested, kindly fill an online questionnaire at the web address www.basel.org.ng.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE:
Companies and organizations can send more than one (1) participant to the workshop.

 

Click here to Register Online

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