In this informative webinar, the Society's Head of Licensing, Registration and Standards, Geoff Atkins, will detail how you can become a Registered Environmental Technician. This will include prerequisites for applying, the application process and information relating to the competences required for registration.
Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech) is the professional title for environmental technicians. REnvTechs come from a broad range of professions across industry, government, education and the public sector. They have all demonstrated that they apply sustainable thinking through their working lives and have a commitment to environmental best practice.
To gain their registration, individuals have been judged by their peers to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the environment and sustainable management. Registration sets REnvTechs apart from others working in their field. It establishes proven knowledge, experience and commitment to professional standards, and enhances career prospects.
Have you thought about showcasing your environmental knowledge and experience?
Do you want to stand out from your peers by highlighting your commitment to environmental good practice?
Do you know that you meet the REnvTech requirements, but are unsure of the process?
About the speaker
Geoff Atkins, Head of Licensing, Registration and Standards at the Society for the Environment
Geoff has a wealth of experience, and his knowledge of REnvTech registration is second to none. Geoff works closely with the Society's two Licensed Professional Bodies and their REnvTech assessors. His role includes monitoring their performance, maintaining the CEnv and REnvTech register, providing guidance and ensuring that quality is at the heart of what the Society does.
The IES provides members with two ways to become chartered; the self-guided route or our unique CEnv in a Day workshops. Our CEnv in a Day workshops provide candidates with a supportive platform to complete the application process and the interview in one day. Book onto the next available workshop and complete your chartership.