CABE has been a licensed member of the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) for several years, offering Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration to Chartered Building Engineers and Fellows.
CABE is proud to announce that it has now gained the licence to deliver the full suite of SocEnv registrations, opening the opportunity for all CABE members to gain recognition for their environmental professionalism.
Building engineers like yourself work directly on projects that influence landscapes, ecosystems and social environments. By achieving a registration from SocEnv, you will gain recognition for your competency and prove your dedication to protecting the environment. It will also show your clients that you consider environmental and sustainability issues throughout projects.
Chartered Environmentalists (CEnv) recognise their obligation to society, their profession and the environment.
CEnv gives you recognition for your high level of knowledge, proving that you work to the highest possible environmental standards. The registration recognises your skills and dedication to create a more sustainable construction industry. Gaining the CEnv title enhances your trust, influence and recognition across all sectors.
To apply for CEnv, you must hold a minimum of a CABE Chartered Building Engineer membership. You will need to demonstrate a level of knowledge, understanding and skills typically equivalent to Level 7 in the Qualifications and Credit Framework of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (2013) and normally four years’ relevant work experience.
Registered Environmental Practitioners (REnvP) consistently implement, develop and advocate good environmental practices. REnvPs provide advice, inform senior leaders and hold co-ordinating roles within projects. By applying for REnvP, you gain a clear way to signal your knowledge and expertise to employers and clients.
To register, you need to demonstrate that you consistently implement, develop and advocate good environmental practices. You must hold CABE membership. You will be asked to demonstrate a level of knowledge, understanding and skills typically equivalent to Level 5 in the Qualifications and Credit Framework of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (2013) and the equivalent of three years’ relevant work experience.
Registered Environmental Technicians (REnvTech) apply sustainable thinking to their work and are committed to environmental best practice.
REnvTech registration sets you apart from others by proving your knowledge, experience and commitment to professional standards relating to sustainable thinking. To apply for REnvTech, you need to hold CABE membership. You must be able to demonstrate a level of knowledge, understanding and skills typically equivalent to at least Level 3 in the Qualifications and Credit Framework of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (2013) and the equivalent of two years’ relevant work experience.
As climate change and sustainability continue to drive major changes in our industry, CABE views the additional options for SocEnv registration as a huge benefit to members.
CABE is now accepting applications for all levels of SocEnv registration and encourages those involved with environmentalism and sustainability to apply.
Watch Ian McLaughlan, Head of Membership, provide an overview and explain how you can apply for SocEnv registrations at cbuilde.com/webinars