• Modules and Outcomes

    The EETDP programme is outcomes-based rather than exam-based. This means achieving in a results oriented study environment.

    Exit Level Outcomes for 245 credits

    • Demonstrate knowledge of environmental education goals, principles and methods and their appropriateness in different contexts
    • Select, plan and adapt a contextually-relevant environmental learning programme
    • Implement and evaluate an environmental learning programme
    • Select, adapt and use existing environmental resource materials and develop own supplementary learning aids
    • Network broadly in order to source information and support around a key environmental issue or risk
    • Research and analyse an environmental issue in the light of principles of environmental justice and sustainability and recommend possible solutions
    • Apply appropriate social protocols in the workplace and community
    • Apply fundamental knowledge of environmental ethics to a field of work or study
    • Demonstrate a general understanding of people-environment relationships and current environmental challenges
    • Review a variety of approaches to learning, teaching and evaluation
    • Identify and support learners with special needs.
    Critical Cross-Field Outcomes

    • Identify, analyse, formulate, and serve the needs of individuals and society creatively and innovatively.
    • Work effectively both on own initiatives and with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, community, and contribute to the group output in tasks growing out of the environmental practice fields.
    • Manage and organise his or hers activities and life responsibly and effectively, including his or hers studies within the distance context.
    • Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information, as required in the pursuit of the EETDP.
    • Communicate effectively using visual, mathematical and/or language skills in the modes of oral and/or written presentation in often extensive pieces of sustained discourse.
    • Utilise science and technology effectively and critically showing responsibility towards the environment and health and well-being of others, in community, national and global contexts.
    • Demonstrate knowledge in the functional areas of environmental practice. Apply environmental practice principles in a work-based context.
    • Anticipate and analyse trends in environmental practice. Integrate theory and application from various functional areas in an interdisciplinary approach.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation, and by acknowledging their responsibilities to those in the local and broader community.