If you're interested in becoming a Chartered Environmentalist, you can qualify through ICE.
ICE is licensed to award the title Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) by the Society for the Environment – the leading professional body for environmental matters.
Find out more about the benefits of becoming a chartered environmentalist
How do I become a Chartered Environmentalist?
You can apply for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration if you're already professionally qualified with ICE as a Member (MICE) or Fellow (FICE).
First, we'll check you have the academic qualifications and professional experience that are needed for CEnv. You do this by telling us (in writing) about your knowledge and skills, which we'll measure against the CEnv attributes. Then you'll need to do a Professional Review, where two reviewers assess your experience and skills in more detail.
To find out more, read our full guidance on becoming a chartered environmentalist.
Professional Review dates and locations
Professional Reviews are held in the UK twice a year – in spring (March/April) and autumn (September/October). We also hold reviews in Hong Kong, India, China and many other countries throughout the world.
You'll find full details of the application and Professional Review dates, and the available centres, on the key dates page.
If you’d like to attend a Professional Review at a location other than those listed, please tell us on your application form. We’ll let you know if this will be possible.
How much does it cost?
You’ll need to pay a non-refundable fee when you apply, please see our fees page for more information.