Changes to CEnv fees
Fees related to being registered as a Chartered environmentalist are to increase from 1 January 2014
The Society for the Environment (SocEnv) has announced that its fees for Chartered environmentalist (CEnv) renewals and applications will change from 1 January 2014.
The initial registration fee for all new CEnv applications will increase from £67.50 to £75. This fee will apply to any IEMA members upgrading to dual membership (MIEMA and CEnv) or existing Full or Fellow members who apply to become a Chartered environmentalist during 2014.
Existing CEnvs will be subject to a 50p increase in their annual renewal fee, making it £38 from 1 January.
The administration fee charged by IEMA to process CEnv applications remains unchanged at £12 (£10 administration plus VAT).
For full details about applying for CEnv status visit iema.net/chartered-environmentalist.
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