Chartered Environmentalist

CIOB is proud to be a licensed body for The Society for the Environment (SocEnv) for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration.

What is a Chartered Environmentalist?

Chartered Environmentalists come from a range of different disciplines and sectors, having gained experience in sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices. Gaining CEnv establishes your commitment and experience in sustainable development, as it applies to construction and the built environment. It also provides you with a network made up of over 8,000 peers, with whom you can network through a number of conferences, social events and award ceremonies. You will also gain international recognition, with over 10% of CEnv members now based outside of the UK.

Promoting the work of sustainability and environmental professional worldwide, they work to encourage the highest levels of professionalism across multi-disciplined industries.

Why should I become a Chartered Environmentalist?

In the modern world of construction, there are many complex challenges around sustainability and environmental concerns across the globe. Demand is growing for individuals who have the knowledge and experience to help solve these issues. The CEnv award is a demonstration of your professionalism and dedication, and showcases your talents within this area.

How do I apply?

To become a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), you must first be a Chartered Member or Fellow of CIOB before you can apply.

The application route consists of submitting a written application followed by a professional interview, carried out by specialist CEnv assessors.

Can I transfer my existing membership to the CIOB?

If you already hold CEnv with another licensed body, you can apply for a transfer to move it to CIOB, provided you currently hold MCIOB or FCIOB membership. Please contact us for more information.

You can find out more about SocEnv and their work here.

An interview with Sam Dibaj CEnv

The environment and climate change need to be taken seriously to preserve the world for future generations, chartered environmentalist Sam Dibaj tells CIOB People.

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