Society for the Environment

Profiles of Chartered Environmentalists

Stand out in your profession... 
become a 
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Three key steps to registration:


Professional Affiliation

You must be a full and current member of one of SocEnv's Licensed Professional Partners.

If you are not a member of any of our Licensed Partners, more information about their services and membership benefits can be found here>>


Knowledge and Experience

You should have a minimum of 4 years relevant work experience and relevent qualifications.  

Don't have a degree?  Don't worry... 

experienced CEnv assessors can provide guidance on additional routes to CEnv, based on vocational experience.


Competence & Code of Conduct

You must submit your application form to your membership body and attend an interview.

The assessment requires you to write a report which demonstrates how you satisfy the 12 CEnv competences.  

You must also sign the CEnv Code of Conduct.

What is CEnv?

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Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) is a professional qualification that can be applied across all sectors.  It provides a respected benchmark for individuals working to mitigate and solve  environmental challenges.


Benefits of CEnv

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What are the benefits to the individual, employers and the public of Chartered Environmentalist registration?



The CEnv Zone


A restricted area for registered Chartered Environmentalists to share and acquire best practice knowledge and connect with thousands of environmental professionals.

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