WEBINARS@SOCENV: ASSESSOR INTEL // CENV APPLICATION TOP TIPS
Are you planning to apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration soon and want to know what an assessor will be looking for? Do you think you have the experience and knowledge to become a CEnv, but you're unsure of how to present this in your application? Are you thinking of becoming a CEnv, but aren't quite sure if you meet the requirements?
If the answer is yes to any or all of the above, this webinar is for you. Two experienced assessors of CEnv applications will provide their top tips on a successful application, followed by an opportunity for you to quiz them in a live Q&A session.
Our two experts on this occasion are CEnv assessors for CIWEM and the Energy Institute applicants, but their respective top tips will be applicable to aspiring CEnv registrants from across our Licensed Member community - civil engineers, foresters, consultants, chartered builders, environmental scientists and more. This is an ideal opportunity to find out more about the CEnv application process, refresh your knowledge to pass on to your teams or to gain that one top tip that completes your application.
Alongside this webinar, we would recommend also watching the Pathway to CEnv or REnvTech recorded webinar.
SPEAKERS / PANEL MEMBERS:
Ian Byrne CEnv
CEnv assessor with the Energy Institute and Principal at ibeccs (Ian Byrne Energy and Carbon Consultancy Services)
Ian is a Chartered Environmentalist and Chartered Accountant with 30 years of experience in sustainability including energy efficiency, energy & carbon management and renewables; after working for over 25 years in a leading charity, he now runs his own consultancy, IBECCS. He is responsible, as convenor and project leader, for the production of a number of international standards (ISO) on energy savings and management systems and chairs the BSI shadow committee on GHG Mitigation and Adaptation.
Ian represented the Energy Institute on the Council of SocEnv from 2009 to 2019, and was its Treasurer (and a Cabinet member) for 9 years; currently he is a Council Member for the Institution of Environmental Sciences. Ian's passion is to explain the links between energy, carbon and climate change in straightforward language, to enable ordinary people and smaller organisations to implement practical and cost-effective solutions.
Christopher McArthur CEnv
CEnv assessor with CIWEM
Christopher is an environmental scientist with a speciality in UK rivers - water quality management and has spent over forty years with the Environment Agency and its predecessors. More recently he has been heavily committed with working for CIWEM on governance and training, as well as being a director of Essex and Suffolk Rivers Trust. He is a committed naturalist and currently runs a small organic farm on the Suffolk coast with high conservation value. As well as being a Fellow of CIWEM he holds both CEnv and CSci charterships and regularly tutors candidates as they prepare for these awards.