Registered Environmental Practitioner

Registered
Environmental
Practitioner

About

Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP) is a professional registration recognising the competence, skills and commitment to protect and enhance the environment. Becoming a REnvP demonstrates that you have been judged by your peers to be working at a professional standard, consistently implementing, developing and advocating good environmental practices.

The Arboricultural Association is authorised by the Society for the Environment to offer Registered Environmental Practitioner status to its Fellow and Professional members.

REnvP registration sets Environmental Practitioners apart from others working in their field. It establishes proven knowledge, experience and commitment to professional standards, and enhances career prospects. REnvP may be sought as a stand-alone accreditation or as a clear pathway to Chartered Environmentalist status.

Read more on the Society for the Environment’s website.

 

Key Benefits

Registered Environmental Practitioner status enhances career prospects through establishing proven expertise, experience and commitment to professional standards.

Registered Environmental Practitioner status allows individuals to:

  • Stand out from the crowd.
  • Showcase a continuing commitment to the profession.
  • Make a difference.
  • Join the REnvP network.
  • Take advantage of increased opportunities.
 

Eligibility

All Technician, and above, members can apply for Registered Environmental Technician status. In addition to being a Technician member, applicants must:

  • Demonstrate RQF level 5 (Foundation degree) thinking, either through achievement of a relevant qualification or through the submission of written work deemed to be at an equivalent level by the registration assessors.
  • A minimum of four years’ relevant experience.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of, competence in, and engagement with, sustainable management of the environment.
  • Comply with the Society for the Environment’s Code of Professional Conduct and the requirements of the Arboricultural Association relating to continuing professional development (CPD).

Cost

Application fee: £150.00

Annual renewal (added to membership fee): £50