Chartered Environmentalist status (CEnv) reflects a high level of skill and experience, setting professionals apart from others working in their field. Becoming a CEnv demonstrates that you have been judged by your peers to be leading on environmental matters relevant to your discipline.
The Arboricultural Association is authorised by the Society for the Environment to offer Chartered Environmentalist status to its Fellow and Professional members.
Today there are over 7,400 Chartered Environmentalists registered, drawn from a range of diverse fields such as engineering, waste management and arboriculture. In the UK and across the world, Chartered Environmentalists utilise their specific expertise to lead departments, advise governments and work hands-on as practitioners.
Read more on the Society for the Environment’s website.
Chartership enhances career prospects through establishing proven expertise, experience and commitment to professional standards.
Chartership allows individuals to:
- Stand out from the crowd.
- Showcase a continuing commitment to the profession.
- Make a difference.
- Join the CEnv network.
- Take advantage of increased opportunities.