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NEBOSH deal is ‘recognition of professionalism’

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NEBOSH environmental management qualifications are now being accepted by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management as meeting its membership requirements.
The NEBOSH certificate in environmental management will be accepted for its new technician membership grade entitling the use of post-nominal designation TechCIWEM. And the NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management fulfils the qualification requirements for non-chartered Member of CIWEM. Progression on to chartered membership is a further opportunity.
NEBOSH’s Teresa Budworth said: “CIWEM has a long-standing history of working in environmental management which dates back more than 100 years. We’re extremely proud that our environmental qualifications have been recognised by the CIWEM as a sign of knowledge and professionalism in this field.”
CIWEM’s members are employed throughout the environment sector in senior management, engineering and scientific positions within the public and private sectors. It supports thousands of members worldwide through information, training and professional development opportunities.
CIWEM president Paul Hillman added: “I hope that those who successfully complete these qualifications use this CIWEM recognition to expand their professional careers with membership of the institution.”

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