Webinar: Your route to Chartership - CEnv vs CSci

Thursday, 30 May 2019 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Online

Has your Chartership application been sat on your desk for too long? Unsure which Chartership is right for you?

As a licensed body, we provide our members with two routes to becoming a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) or Chartered Scientist (CSci), either through our self-guided stream or our unique CEnv in a Day or CSci in a Day workshops. 

Chartered Environmentalist
The CEnv qualification denotes sound knowledge, proven experience and a profound commitment to sustainable best practice. We offer a self-guided route for those wishing to complete the Chartership in their own time and a CEnv in a Day Workshop for those looking to complete the Chartership in one informative and rewarding day.

With only 5 candidates per workshop, you will receive in-depth support both before and throughout the day, including guidance on compiling your long-form CV, writing your report and preparing you for interview. Our next CEnv in a Day workshops will be held in June. Secure your place today.

Chartered Scientist
The CSci designation demonstrates a high level of competence and professionalism in science. We offer a self-guided route for this Chartership and will be launching a CSci in a Day Workshop in the Autumn of 2019. This one-day workshop will support you in preparing your report, long-form CV and CPD record for the previous year. More information about CSci can be found here. You can register your interest for CSci in a Day to be first to hear when workshop dates have been confirmed.

Need more information?
This webinar will explain the difference between the two designations, provide details on the routes we offer and help you decide which Chartership is right for you.

Sign up to hear CSci and CEnv battle it out for your vote and decide which designation will boost your career. 

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Who to contact

Rhianna Jarvis

Events & Training Officer

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