2012 practitioners' survey
IEMA members are being called on to share their worklife experiences in IEMA's forthcoming 2012 environment practioners' survey
Each year, IEMA surveys its UK membership to assess the movement of the profession, researching practitioner satisfaction, levels of experience, qualifications, salaries, working conditions, training opportunities and other areas of working life.
Last year, 2,318 members took part, continuing the research that has been running since 2005. The 2012 environment practitioners’ survey will go live later this month.
An invitation to participate will be sent to all Graduate, Affiliate, Associate, Full and Fellow UK members on 21 December. The survey will remain open for just over two weeks, closing on 8 January 2012.
The results will then be compiled and analysed, with a special supplement report in the March 2012 issue of the environmentalist.
Contributing your individual experiences via the survey helps IEMA consistently to gauge any changes or trends as the profession grows, gains recognition and widens its influence.
The 2012 survey and the subsequent report are useful to IEMA, the business community, training providers, recruitment organisations and, of course, individual members, who can use the results to assess how their experiences compare against others in the profession.
As this is an important and valuable opportunity to engage with IEMA we hope that many of you are able to participate and contribute your experiences of working as an environment professional.
If you have any questions, please contact Katrina Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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