TEP is delighted to announce that Anne Pritchard, based in the Warrington Office, has successfully completed all stages of the Chartered Environmentalist process and has been awarded Chartered Environmentalist status through the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) of which she is a member.
CIEEM is one of 23 professional bodies licensed by the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) to award Chartered Environmentalist status.
Chartered Environmentalist is an increasingly recognised standard of good environmental practice and being a Chartered Environmentalist demonstrates SocEnv’s shared goal for society to move towards a more sustainable environment and to champion environmental professional standards.
The Chartered Environmentalist application process comprises four stages including initial application, production of a report which demonstrates achievement of all Chartered Environmentalist competences, a professional review interview and then if successful registration as a Chartered Environmentalist. TEP supports staff through the process by covering their application and membership costs, providing support from existing Chartered Environmentalists and offering paid study leave.
For Anne, achieving Chartered Environmentalist demonstrates her level of professional ecological knowledge and commitment to sustainable development and provides a benchmark from which she can continue to develop her expertise. Anne joined the Ecology Team at TEP in 2012 where she has been able to gain a wide range of experience within the market housing and energy infrastructure sectors, for example her management of TEP’s input to the Viking Link project.