Thank you to AIEMA assessors

10th December 2012

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IEMA would like to thank all of its members who have been Associate assessors and supported the Associate open book assessment (OBA) until its close this year

The people listed here contributed their time and expertise in marking the thousands of OBA exam papers received by IEMA each year. Without their dedication and commitment the Institute would not have been able to award AIEMA status to so many successful candidates.

The Associate assessors also contributed to the development of the exam to ensure it was up to date, balanced and suitably testing for candidates. We would also like to thank the professional standards committee members who over the years have verified papers as part of the marking process.

Peter Bartley
Angela Bate
Alan Beal
Carol Brass
Andrew Bright
Marek Bidwell
Martin Bigg
Peter Birch
Sean Byrne
Ewan Campbell-Lendrum
Lucy Candlin
Colin Chambers
Michael Cooke
Deborah Cousins
Lorraine Dallmeier
Kevin Davies
Robert Edwards
Nicola Ellen
Alan Elliott
Alan Gallacher
Gillian Gibson
Charlotte Goodwin
Sara Hale
Andrew Hayward-Browne
Joanne Hirst
James Hutchison
Henna Jain
Scott Johnson
Graeme Kane
Helen Kelleher
Mike Lachowicz
Janet Langsford
John McDonagh
John Macnamara
Helen Manns
Andrew Marlow
Brian Marshall
Simone Medonos
Anne Miller
Neil Morris
Laura Newbould
Andrew Nickson
Thomas Poynton
Stephen Racher
Chris Reynolds
Katherine Rolfe
Keith Sadler
Carmen Scales
Andrew Scully
Jim Smillie
Chris Streatfeild
Iain Talbot
Alec Tang
Ruth Thomas
Ian Todd
Patrick Vere Jordan
Penny Walker
John Washington-Smith
Beryl Wells
Keith Whitehead
David Whitelegg
Ieuan Williams
Helen Woolston

“I’d like to thank all of those who have so generously given their time and expertise to make the Associate standard what it is today; internationally recognised, unrivalled in its accessibility and the hallmark of a knowledgeable environment professional,” said Claire Lea, IEMA’s director of membership strategy and development. “It’s been a privilege to work alongside so many dedicated members committed to supporting the profession’s development.”


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