The Institute of Agricultural Management (IAgrM) is a constituent body of the Society for the Environment (www.socenv.org.uk) and can award CEnv (Chartered Environmentalist) as a professional qualification.
With Brexit about to happen and a major change in agricultural support payments and the introduction of ELMs in England now would be a good time to seek to become a CEnv. This seems to be a sensible approach for not only farmers and farm managers but their advisers as well.
I write to announce two upcoming webinars based on the topic of Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration, which will be of interest to a selection of your members.
The Society for the Environment will be holding two free webinars in association with the IES to inform, inspire and hope to provide that added motivation to begin or finish an applications. Insight will be applicable to members of all Licensed Members of the Society for the Environment.
How CEnv Has Helped Me and My Career
21.10.2020 @ 17:00 BST
Three CEnv professionals join us to share their experiences of securing the designation, the opportunities which obtaining the qualification have presented and the positive impacts achieving CEnv has had on their work.
Achieving CEnv - The Skills Required for a Successful Application
28.10.2020 @ 17:00 BST
What are Chartered level skills for an environmental professional? And, if I do have them in my locker, how do I convey this on my CEnv application? This webinar is designed to answer these questions, with the help of two experienced assessors of CEnv applications for the IES and CIWM.
If you want to find out more about becoming a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) via your IAgrM membership, please email email@example.com.