Contact us

If you've got a question about accreditation, or about our support for professional geographers more broadly, don't hesitate to get in touch with James Kendall (Professional Officer: Chartered Geographer) at cgeog@rgs.org

Eligibility

Find out if you meet Chartered Geographer's requirements for education and/or professional experience.

Application and assessment process

Find out more about the evidence you will need to provide in an application, and what our assessors look for. 

Framework of competencies

The professional expertise and other characteristics demonstrated by professionals applying for or maintaining Chartered Geographer status.

Register of Chartered Geographers

Search the register of Chartered Geographers.

Benefits of being Chartered

There are many benefits to being Chartered, from recognition of your expertise and professionalism to support for ongoing professional development and learning. 

Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct sets out how Chartered Geographers should behave as part of this profession, and what others should expect from them.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Engaging in CPD demonstrates professional integrity and expertise, and a commitment to keeping knowledge, skills and experience up to date.

Mentoring network

Our mentoring network creates a framework for support and guidance across your career, including preparing for and maintaining Chartered Geographer accreditation.

Geography Professional

A programme of structured advice, mentoring and other support on the pathway towards Chartered Geographer.

Maintaining CGeog status

Make the most of Chartered Geographer status and have a wider impact with the Society's professional communities.