If you’re thinking about applying for Chartered Geographer (CGeog) status, you can now get support through a new series of webinars.
Moderated by our Professional Officer, James Kendall, and a current CGeog, the webinars are a chance to get your questions answered while you find out how to strengthen your application.
The webinars are 20 minutes long, start with a short presentation and include the opportunity to ask questions. Each webinar focuses on specific parts of the application process including the dos and don’ts of writing a professional self-evaluation, along with the key things that the assessment panel look for.
Chartered Geographer is the only accreditation for geographers and professionals using geographical skills and knowledge in the workplace. CGeog status allows employers and clients to recognise that you have made an active investment in your professional development and this can have a positive impact on your career and enhance your prospects.
There are currently over 700 Chartered Geographers across a wide range of specialisms and professions. From GIS specialists, conservationists and planners to academics, teachers and military personnel, CGeog status is not just about recognising skill, but being part of a supportive professional community. Our scheme offers both continuing professional development and networking opportunities so that Chartered Geographers continue to develop and improve their skills.
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If you are unable to watch the webinars live, they will be available to view on the Chartered Geographer YouTube channel after the event.
Wednesday 9 May 2018 at 12.30pm
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