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The Chartered Environmentalist qualification makes an invaluable addition to your status of chartered surveyor as it is an independently regulated qualification that cuts across all professional disciplines.
The Society for the Environment (SocEnv) regulates the profession of environmental practice through the Chartered Environmentalist qualification and seeks to influence government, policy makers and opinion formers on all aspects of the environment.
SocEnv is an independent organisation, comprising professional bodies and societies, sharing a common vision of a sustainable environment achieved through best practice environmental action.
The qualification is an excellent way of recognising virtuosity in sustainable environmental management and development. It adds value in the eyes of:
Significant global challenges mean that public expectation and demands on your knowledge and experience will require greater rigour and transparency.
All applicants must:
To be relevant, practical experience must be environmental in nature. Ordinarily, applicants should have at least the equivalent of four years' full-time relevant work-based practice.
If you are interested in applying but are unsure if you are eligible please get in touch using the contact details below.
There are two stages on the route to accreditation: application and interview.
You must provide:
A 60-minute interview by two or three assessors including:
There are three assessment sessions available each year. The application deadlines are:
Interviews are scheduled approximately two months after each deadline.
As a Chartered Environmentalist you are subject to the following obligations:
The RICS Rules for Registration, including appendix, are available to download below.