In this webinar, you will hear from two CEnvs, both from project development and construction group, Skanska. They will discuss their background and current roles, what encouraged them to become a CEnv and how chartership has helped them in their career.
Nigel is a senior figure within the organisation with 13 years of CEnv registration under his belt, whereas Laura is in the early stages of her career and has been a CEnv since 2015.
Nigel says; "It [CEnv] sets you apart from others working in the field of environmental management and gives your employers confidence in your abilities".
Register to attend this webinar to gain an understanding of what it means to be a CEnv, from a CEnv, providing you with the chance to ask questions and learn the benefits to chartership.
The Society's Marketing Executive Phil Underwood will also be on hand to provide guidance how to begin the application process for CEnv registration and what is required.
Nigel Sagar, CEnv MIEMA CEng MICE, Senior Environmental Compliance Manager, Skanska (Sustainability Green Support)
In relation to professional Bodies, I am a Chartered Environmentalist and Chartered Engineer, as well as a member of IEMA (The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment) and the Institution of Civil Engineers.
From my previous career in civil engineering I had obtained CEng and I was keen to obtain the equivalent qualification in environmental management - the CEnv qualification recognises significant expertise, experience, knowledge and influence in environmental management. It sets you apart from others working in the field of environmental management and gives your employers confidence in your abilities.
I have spent the last 30 years working in the construction sector initially based on construction sites in a variety of roles from engineer to project manager. In 2000, I came across into environmental management in the role of project environmental advisor and now have the role of environmental compliance manager for Skanska UK.
Outside of work, I am a shareholder, director and treasurer of a small community business run as a co-operative society - a pub in the town where I live.
Laura Mayhew-Manchón, CEnv MIEMA, Senior Environmental Advisor, Skanska UK (Facility Management)
Details coming soon.
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.