Certified Environment Impact Assessment Professional (CEIAP)

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a globally significant topic. It encompasses the collection, separation, handling, and treatment of waste, regardless of its form or classification, and is a crucial issue. A crucial concept is the separation and disposal of chemical waste. Considering environmental factors and associated criteria alongside waste management, disposal, and treatment, surveying the hazardous region is a significant challenge.

This lecture is designed for aspiring and seasoned environmental management professionals who wish to enhance or refresh their understanding of the EIA process. By completing this subject, you will acquire a critical understanding of worldwide environmental assessment practice and its potential to facilitate sustainable development.

Certification Program Objectives: 

  • Utilize EIA procedures and methods, including consultations with the public.
  • Environmental impact assessments (EIA) creation and revision.
  • Enhance their technical understanding of some or all environmental elements.
  • Develop expert project management skills for EIAs.
  • Provisions for public participation, evaluation, and audit of the EIA process and results.

Certifying Examination:

  • To be certified as CEIAP, student should take up a 1.5 hours exam at the designated examination centers.
  • The qualifying exam would consist of 50 multiple choice questions, testing core certification modules.
  • Professionals with relevant experience and other qualifying criteria may be exempted from the examination.

Materials Provided:

  • Presentation slides
  • Study references


Upon successful completion of the CEIAP training, participants will receive a “Certified Environment Impact Assessment Professional” certificate.

Who Should Attend:

  • Personnel employed by environmental consulting firms.
  • Government institutions.
  • Engineers involved in environmental activities.
  • The trainees hail from diverse origins, including ministries, industries, businesses, and universities. Among them are environmental, chemical, civil, and industrial engineers, consultants, and graduate students.

Course Outline:

  • Environmental Impact Assessment Principles
  • Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Participation in the EIA process and consultation
  • EIA Legislative Framework
  • Hazardous Wastes
  • Prediction method and interpretation
  • Mitigation Measures
  • Assessment of Comparisons
  • Environmental Impact Guidelines and Procedures
  • Impact Prediction and Evaluation
  • Environmental Strategic Assessment (SEA)
  • Creating EIA Reports
  • Final Exam