These short courses will help meet objective number 2.3 of the EIK Amended Constitution 2018 “To promote, maintain and advance the highest professional standards and best practice in the field of environment for sustainable development and public good.”

Below is a table showing the upcoming trainings.

S/N Training Program Date Time Platform’s Cost (Ksh) CPD
Members Non-Members Points
1 Environmental Audit Techniques & Process 31st January 2pm Virtual Free 500 2
150 – Students
2 Remediating Heavy Metal Contamination and Water Quality Degradation 28th February 2pm Virtual 2,000   4,000 5
400 800 – Students
2 Emerging Issues in Environmental Assessment Tools 27th March 2pm Virtual Free 500 2
150 – Students
3 Framework of Environmental Law & Assessments 24th April & 25th 2pm Virtual 2,000   4,000 12
400 800 – Students
4 Environment, Social & Governance Framework 22nd May 2pm Virtual Free 2,000 2
400 – Students
5 Extended Producer Responsibility -Principles, Legal framework, Implications to Producers & the new requirements for ESIA 26th June 2pm Virtual 2,000   4,000 7
400 – 800 – Students
6 Biodiversity Assessment: Biodiversity science, biodiversity impact assessment in EIA/ESG; Emerging methodologies -BIOFIN etc 24th July 2pm Virtual 1,500   3,000 5
300 –  
Students 500 – Students
7 Land Acquisition & Resettlement Planning 28th August 2pm Virtual Free   500 2
150 – Students
8 Energy Matters: Legals, oil & gas assessment, energy 25th September 2pm Physical TBC   TBC 7
auditing, energy for carbon credits; opportunities beyond EIA
9 Technical Project Assessment: Engineering basics for ESIA experts. Water & Roads Infrastructures 9th October 2pm Virtual Free   500 2
150 – Students
10 IFC & World Bank Environmental Guidelines & Proposal Writing 27th November 2pm Virtual 2,000   4,000 10
400 –  
Students 800 – Students
11 Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) & 13th 9am Physical TBC   TBC 5
Governance December



  1. Registration fee covers for venue (physical) and facilitators
  2. Venue for physical trainings and facilitators (trainers) details will be shared through respective fliers
  3. CPD points are allocated based on the strength and magnitude of the training.
  4. Course outline for respective trainings to be developed and included in the training fliers.
  5. Training topics were derived from the below suggestions from membership submissions on the call for 2024 training You can refer and amend where applicable.
  6. The training calendar should be out to the membership and public by Monday 22nd January 2024.



The Institute has developed the following courses which are offered upon request by our partners and clients:


Course Content

Environment Social & Governance Framework

Introduction to ESG, Policy & Legal Framework governing ESG; ESG procedures & tools, ESG best practices; Lessons from practitioners

Climate Change Science & Governance

Climate change science, climate change risks, mitigation & adaptation, legal framework, carbon markets opportunities in climate change action & governance

Climate Security

Climate science, peace & security, climate & security nexus, theories of change, policy framework, case studies

Land Acquisition & Resettlement Planning

Land acquisition in context of project planning, Policy & legal framework, RAP procedure, RAP tools; RAP assessment elements; Report writing

Biodiversity Assessment

Biodiversity science, biodiversity impact assessment procedures, Biodiversity frameworks (global/national), Biodiversity data access; new trends in biodiversity management

Sustainable agriculture

Agriculture systems, agriculture impact assessment; sustainable value chains; Case studies, opportunities in sustainable agriculture


Skip to content