Looking to apply for Chartered Geographer status but haven’t found the time? Then our four-week application accelerator programme is for you.
Chartered Geographer (CGeog) is the Society’s internationally recognised professional accreditation for those using their geographical skills, knowledge and understanding in the workplace, and our accelerator programme will help you focus your efforts in preparing your CGeog application. Over the four 30-minute online sessions you will learn about the different elements of the application, have a chance to ask questions, and be given a piece of work to carry out over the following week that will help with completing your application. By the end of the programme, your application should only need the finishing touches before submission.
The first session of our Chartered Geographer application accelerator programme takes place at 12.30pm on Thursday 7 October, with further sessions on 14, 21 and 28 October. The programme is free to attend. By enrolling on the application accelerator it is expected you will submit a Chartered Geographer application within three months of completing the programme.
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This programme is designed for those who already meet the requirements for Chartered Geographer. If you’re unsure whether you are eligible, you can send a copy of your CV to email@example.com for free and impartial advice.
The final day of the conference was another action-packed day, with a further 214 sessions across 35 stages.
Day three of our Annual International Conference had another packed programme with 228 sessions happening across 38 stages, both online and in person.
Following on from the enlivening chair’s opening session, day two of the conference continued strongly with a further 229 sessions held across 29 stages.
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