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Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

Chartered Environmentalists are professionals concerned with the environmental impacts and implications of plans, strategies and actions. They work to mitigate and solve environmental challenges in energy, and to promote sustainability, and can be involved a range of sectors, leading teams and departments, advising government or working as hands on practitioners. They use their specialist knowledge and broader environmental understanding to apply sustainable thinking throughout their daily working life

Why apply?

Professional registration as a Chartered Environmentalist recognises your proven commitment, skills and experience in mitigating and solving environmental challenges in energy. If shows employers that you have the competence, expertise and work ethic that they value, enhancing your employability and demonstrating your professionalism.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Society for the Environment if you are awarded CEnv. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay a Society for the Environment annual registration fee, which we will collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply?

If you are ready to apply, or would like to begin working towards Chartered Environmentalist, simply download an application pack and get started - the pack includes full information about the Chartered Environmentalist title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member of the EI, you can apply for Chartered Environmentalist on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member or Fellow of the EI, but you can do this at the same time - just download the relevant pack below.

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 14 January 2019.

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Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

For professionals who have a proven track record in analysing and evaluating problems from an environmental perspective in energy and developing practical, more sustainable solutions Though you don’t have to have a Masters’ level qualification, you will need to demonstrate master’s level thinking - that you have a high level of knowledge and expertise and the know how to apply it. There is more information in the application pack

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you apply for Chartered Environmentalist – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey towards your professional qualification.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.