Did you know the Society offers the Assessed for Chartered Geographer (CGeog) mark for continuing professional development (CPD) activities?
CPD is an integral part of applying for and maintaining CGeog accreditation, so the Society recognises CPD that is appropriate for the requirements of Chartered Geographer with our Assessed for CGeog logo.
Assessed for CGeog raises the profile of the CPD activity, highlights its relevance for Chartered Geographer and other professional accreditations, and indicates the points earned towards a Chartered Geographer’s annual record of CPD.
The use of the logo is valid for two years, or until the content/length of the CPD activity is revised, whichever is sooner.
By attending a course or event that has been accredited, you are accessing content that is aligned to the CGeog Framework of Competencies and assessed as being relevant and important to a your professional development.
If you are an employer or training provider delivering professional development to geographers and would like your professional development activities to be assessed for Chartered Geographer, please contact email@example.com.
The Amur river, the tenth longest in the world, forms the perilous border between Russia and China. Colin Thubron followed it for almost 3,000 miles.
7 February 2022
Before his UK tour of our regional theatre venues gets underway, we caught up with filmmaker and author Reza Pakravan to discuss his love of travel, his visit to the Sahel and the issue of desertification.
4 November 2019
The steppe is changing and rural nomads are moving to the cities. Hattie spent two months finding out why.
15 March 2018
An introduction to the theory of ecological systems through dynamics such as trophic levels and food webs
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