This page explains how you can apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration through ICE. Find out if you’re eligible, what experience and knowledge you’ll need to show, how you can apply and how much it costs.
ICE is licensed to award the title Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) by the Society for the Environment – the leading professional body for environmental matters.
This page explains how to find out if you're eligible, what experience and knowledge you'll need to show, how much it costs and how you can apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration through ICE.
You can apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration if you're already professionally qualified with ICE as a Member (MICE) or Fellow (FICE).
To be eligible to apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration, you must:
- Be a Member (MICE), or Fellow (FICE) of ICE
- Have a relevant master’s-level degree or equivalent level of knowledge
- Be able to demonstrate the competencies
- Be able to demonstrate underpinning environmental knowledge and an ability to apply it in practice
To find out more, read our full guidance on becoming a chartered environmentalist.
The majority of CEnv Reviews will be held online, although applicants can now express a preference for an in-person CEnv Review.
You'll find full details of the application deadlines and CEnv Professional Review dates on the key dates page.
You’ll need to pay a non-refundable fee when you apply, please see our fees page for more information.
- Chartered Environmentalist application form
- Evidence that you have the academic qualifications needed to apply
- Evidence of any special requirements - if applicable
- A 2-page CV
- Continuing Professional Development records
- CEnv Review Report with appendices or a Completed Attribute achievement form with appendices