The academic study is reinforced by work-based learning and followed by professional examinations.
In providing evidence of work-based learning you need to successfully complete either the Experiential Learning Portfolio (ELP) or the PT Logbook. Student enrolled on the 1997 curriculum are required to complete either the ELP or the Logbook, while students enrolled on the 2003 curriculum must complete the ELP.
On passing the Examinations, you will become a fully qualified environmental health practitioner, and be awarded the Certificate of Registration by the Environmental Health Registration Board.
Students are required to register with the Environmental Health Registration Board (EHRB) at least 21 days prior to making an application for assessments. You should download and complete the registration form () that now covers both BSc and MSc students.
The new Registration form includes a section which gives you the opportunity to become a member with immediate effect. Please note that student membership is free.
To familiarize yourself with all of the requirements of the professional qualification process, it is essential that you read the Examination Regulations, which discusses the regulations for the assessment of the Practical Training Logbook, the Experiential Learning Portfolio and the Professional Examination.