One of our career profiles: Assistant Project Manager, Ellie Morris at work © Ellie Morris
The Society is delighted to announce a new programme of support for professionals who are committed to making an application for Chartered Geographer (CGeog) accreditation. Geography Professional is open to anyone interested in gaining CGeog accreditation but is especially appropriate for early-career professionals looking for structured advice, support and mentoring as they work towards professional recognition.
As a professional body, we recognise that everyone’s career can benefit from having access to a range of development opportunities. The Geography Professional programme unlocks a range of benefits and support including a recognised status and membership of a peer group; a review of your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities with advice on how to shape future CPD to support your CGeog application; access to our mentoring network; and personalised support throughout the application process.
If you’re interested in making an application for Chartered Geographer and want support with your application, find out more about our Geography Professional programme.
If you’re a manager or learning and development professional responsible for staff development within your organisation, and want to find out more about how we can support you and your team, contact us on email@example.com.
Our support for professionals is wide ranging, whether you are using your geographical skills and knowledge in the workplace, or just maintaining a connection with geography while you pursue other opportunities. As well as offering CGeog, which is an internationally recognised professional accreditation, we share news and information updates, organise meetings and events, and offer networking and CPD opportunities in London and across the UK.
Find out more about our professional support.
The Society is delighted to be working with the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (managed by MEI) to launch our new Geography and Core Maths initiative, funded by the Department for Education.
This year marks 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica, and to celebrate the British Antarctic Territory (BAT) is running a competition for children aged 4-17 to design an official postage stamp for the territory.
Today is International Women’s Day, and to mark the occasion we’re acknowledging the diversity of field research that some of our inspirational female grant recipients have undertaken in a range of countries over the past year.
Join us for our next Geographical lates event on Britain’s stunning landscapes on Friday 20 March.
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