|Annual Environmental Health Forum|
The Institute is delighted to announce that we have a great line up of speakers at our Annual Environmental Health Forum which is taking place as a Hybrid event from Kilmardinny House, Bearsden, Glasgow on Tuesday 25 April 2023. The programme has now been added to the website and speakers include Professor George Morris and Professor Phil Mackie, plus many more!
The full programme and booking form can be found here.
The Institute is busy organising the professional courses for the year, the details of which will all appear on the website, under Professional Development and Events. Dates for your diary so far include:Pollution Update 24 May 2023Food Update 7 June 2023Specialist Investigator’s Course’ (new course presenter) 28 August – 1 September 2023Health and Safety Update 6 September 2023Environmental Health Update 17 November 2023Environmental Public Health and Housing Update 6 December 2023Learning Resources
Members may have noticed a new ‘box’ in the members only section of the website, called ‘Learning Resources’. There are some links to places where additional learning/development can be achieved and additions will be made in due course.
Thank you to all submitting CPD. Submissions for 2022 have been received with some subject to final administration. The list of EHOs holding Chartered EHO status will appear in a Journal later in the year. We would encourage use of the online system for the recording of CPD, within the members only section of the website, and remind you that entries can be made ‘as you go’ throughout the year, so would take minimal time to ‘submit’ at the end of the calendar year. We would also remind Chartered EHOs that you can request to be placed on a list maintained by the Institute of professionals offering private work, which would be provided, should anyone approach the Institute for such names.
Preparations are underway for the professional examination diets on May 10 2023, which is for SFSORB candidates only, and 26 – 28 September for those sitting the REHIS Diploma in Environmental Health and SFSORB qualifications. Should candidates, training organisations or professional practice advisors have any queries please email email@example.com
Following a very successful Food and Health Presenters update on Wednesday 22 March, information on the new REHIS Elementary Nutrition course and REHIS Food and Health by elearning is available from the Director of Training. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org