In this webinar, we will hear from Process Controller at Anglian Water, Steve Coles REnvTech. Steve will discuss what encouraged him to become an REnvTech and how registration has helped him in his career.
Steve will be joined by Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) David Mann, a Regional Support Manager from the same company. David is a Member of the Institute of Water, registered as a CEnv in 2014 and is a keen advocate of professional registration.
This webinar is a fantastic opportunity to gain an understanding of what it means to be an REnvTech, from an REnvTech, as well as finding out how professional registration helps the individual and the organisation. You will have opportunities to ask them both questions, or simply sit back and take it all in.
The Society's Marketing Executive Phil Underwood will also be on hand to provide guidance how to begin the application process for REnvTech registration and what is required.
About the speakers
Steve Coles REnvTech, Process Controller, Anglian Water
Steve was initially encouraged to become a Registered Environmental Technician because it was a nice way to tie in his personal and professional interest in the environment. He also saw it as added leverage within Anglian Water to advance his role as Biodiversity Champion. Steve gained his REnvTech registration through the Institute of Water in 2015.
David Mann CEnv MIWater, Regional Support Manager, Anglian Water
David is a Member of the Institute of Water (MIWater), a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) since 2014 and is a keen advocate of professional registration. He has expressed his excitement to be a part of this webinar to showcase professional technician registration.
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.