Spreading the Word, a Collaborative Policy Response and we Continue to Ensure the Relevance of Required Competences
Welcome to the October issue of our e-newsletter and a really warm welcome to all of our new Chartered Environmentalists and Registered Environmental Technicians who have gained their registrations recently. Massive congratulations from the Society for the Environment team!
We always want to hear thoughts from our registrants on how we can ensure you get the most recognition for your registration so if you have ideas please let us know.
The summer has been a busy time for the Society and we have been out and about meeting lots of current and future CEnvs and REnvTechs. Plus, our Policy and Parliamentary Lead, Tatum, has been working closely with our Constituent Bodies responding to the EU Withdrawal Bill. You can read more about our policy work in Tatum’s policy update in this e-newsletter.
Our Registration Authority’s key responsibility is to ensure that our CEnv and REnvTech standards are consistently applied and the competences required continue to meet the needs of employers, decision makers and of course the environment. The RA have been setting their annual work programme and this year will be focussing on employer’s views of our standards. We will update you as their work progresses.
We were recently invited by Ashridge Communications to collaborate with a broad range of professional bodies to raise employer awareness of the benefits of individual Chartership status. The resulting communications campaign will aim to raise awareness, understanding and - ultimately - demand for Chartered professionals in all industries.
Over the summer the Society’s team have attended the following events to meet current and aspiring CEnvs and REnvTechs:
Over the next few months we will be at:
Please come along and say hello.
Dr Emma Wilcox – CEO Society for the Environment