The course will be delivered virtually through Microsoft Teams over two morning sessions and will be of relevance to staff of all Specialist Reporting Agencies and Regulatory Services who have responsibility for investigating and reporting crimes to the COPFS.
ii. Matters regarding Community Training
iii. Professional Courses
iv. CPD Training Provision, except for scheme monitoring
v. Promotional campaigns for membership of the Institute
vi. Considering applications for membership and advising the Council regarding these applications. The final decision on all membership applications is made by the Council.
i. Matters regarding environmental health of a technical nature, with the exception of education, training and professional practice
ii. Responses to consultation and other similar exercises from Government Departments, etc, with the exception of those regarding education, training and professional practice
iii. Matters regarding the establishment and organisation of Technical Working Groups with the exception of the appointment of Council representatives to these Groups
Council (elected and ex-officio) members, as trustees of the Charity of REHIS, discuss and decide on the work of the Institute. All Council members sit on at least 1 Committee. All Committee decisions are ratified through Council prior to taking full effect.
i. Matters regarding university degree courses leading to entry to the Scheme of Practical Training
ii. All matters relating to the Scheme of Practical Training
iii. Professional examinations
iv. CPD Scheme Monitoring
v. Disciplinary Procedures and Code of Professional Conduct compliance except in the instance of final appeals.
Membership of this committee is ex-officio, comprising: the President, Senior Vice-President (Chairperson), Junior Vice-President, Past-Presidents (2), Hon Treasurer and Chairpersons of the Environmental Health Promotion Committee and the Examinations and Professional Standards Committee. Remit includes:
i. General financial matters
ii. Public and media relations
iii. Premises and equipment
iv. Annual Conference
The REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum provides all Environmental Health Professionals in both the public and private sectors an opportunity to maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills and competence.
The annual presentation of awards will take place on the afternoon of day 1 of the Forum and attendance is encouraged to observe recipients being awarded their qualification. This includes those awards where examination is carried out directly by REHIS and a number of community training awards, where the training and examinations are conducted by numerous local training Centres, contributing to education and training in a range of environmental health related subjects.