The course is intended to develop noise assessment skills in those responsible for monitoring and investigating noise issues in countries where there is a need to develop robust environmental protection mechanisms.
Upon successful completion of this course, it is expected that students will be able to:
- Carry out environmental sound level measurements in a range of different circumstances and involving a number of different types of noise source with respect to:
- Making appropriate decisions about matters such as measurement position and duration, and measures to minimise extraneous influences on the measurement;
- Recording and reporting appropriate information,assessing the likely range of accuracy of any measurement results.
- Read and comment on third party environmental noise reports.
- Make an initial prediction of the likely impact of proposed noise control measures.
The course is delivered by Mr Tim South FIOA FHEA, Senior Acoustics Lecturer, Leeds Beckett University(UK).
Leeds Beckett University (UK)
SC or equivalent;
Environmental Health Officers, consultants and those working in any related field.
Course is MQA Approved