Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme

Location: Southend, Essex


1 Day


£ 160 ex. VAT | £ 192 inc. VAT


Valid for 5 years

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A one-day interactive CITB SEATS course designed for site managers/supervisors with the aim of providing delegates with an introduction to construction site environmental issues. It highlights the basic environmental knowledge and gives a thorough overview of the subject and the relevant legislation and industry best practice.


Who attends?

This one-day SEATS course is designed for Site managers/supervisors. In addition to the SMSTS & SSSTS qualifications, this course covers environmental issues on a construction site in more detail.

What will delegates get from the course?

This training course is designed to enable site managers/supervisors to understand:

  • the environmental impacts of construction processes
  • the relevant legislation and how to regulate it
  • how to achieve compliance
  • the best practice techniques to use on site


By the end of the CITB Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme (SEATS) course, delegates will be able to:

  • Implement best practice techniques on site
  • Implement and regulate correct and appropriate legislation
  • Understand the environmental impacts of the construction process

SEATS course content

This SEATS training course contains the following topics:

  • Why the environment is important
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Ecology
  • Contaminated land
  • Waste management
  • Pollution and water management
  • Being a good neighbour
  • Energy and resources


A high proportion of group discussions, best practice sharing, exercises, and case studies. Delegates will also be required to take a multiple-choice examination.


Delegates will successfully complete the SEATS course by achieving a minimum of 18 out of 25 correct answers in a multiple-choice examination.

Course completion

Successful delegates will receive a certificate on completion for this SEATS course, which is valid for 5 years.