The new Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP) registration has officially launched, offering new and existing IEMA members another way to showcase their expertise and skills.
The REnvP designation is a new title which recognises the level of professional practice of people operating within the environmental sector, aligning with IEMA’s Practitioner level membership.
It signifies a standard of environmental expertise, practice, and skills held by professionals spanning the breadth of academia, government, industry, consultancy, and other public and private sectors.
Registered Environmental Practitioners are committed to acting in accordance with the best principles for the mitigation of environmental harm and enhancement of environmental quality, use their skills and experience to serve the needs of the environment and society, and strive to uphold the integrity and competence of the profession as a whole.
You can apply for REnvP if you are an existing Practitioner of IEMA (PIEMA). Alternatively, if you are applying for PIEMA or upgrading from another level, you can apply for REnvP at the same time.
By becoming a Registered Environmental Practitioner, you will be setting an example for others to be inspired by and follow, as well as demonstrating your commitment to ensuring the highest standards of expertise and competence in the environmental profession.
Until 31st March 2021, the Society for the Environment's application fee has been reduced by 50%, so there will never be a better time to become a Registered Environmental Practitioner.
For further information, please contact the Membership team on [email protected]
Posted on 19th January 2021
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