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Chartered Water and Environment Manager (United Kingdom)

  • Generic name of profession

    Title:
    Water service manager
  • Identification

    Name of regulated profession:
    Chartered Water and Environment Manager
    Translation(s):
    undefined
    Country:
    United Kingdom
    Region:
    All regions
  • Legal information

    Legal basis for regulation

     
    EU Law :
    None
    National legislation:
    Royal Charter - http://www.ciwem.org/about.aspx - see under Governance section
    Useful link:
    http://www.ciwem.org

    Regulation

     
    Type of regulation :
    Protected title (without reserves of activities)

    Recognition

     
    Recognition under:
    DIRECTIVE 2005/36/EC
    Additional information :
    Recognition under Directive 2005/36/EC:
    General system of recognition - primary application
    Qualification level:
    PS3 - Diploma of post-secondary level (3-4 years) , Art. 11 d
    Prior check of qualifications for a temporary and/or occasional provision of services:
    No
  • Activities

    Description of activities:
    CIWEM (Chartered Institution of Water & Environmental Management) supports professional qualifications for people working throughout the water and environment sector. CIWEM qualifies people in the disciplines of water, wastewater, air, waste management, river & coastal engineering, urban drainage, ecosystem management, environmental education, contaminated land, energy and climate change. CIWEM organises technical seminars, workshops, produces technical journals, magazines and technical reports on current environmental issues. The institution promotes continuous learning and development and has over 10,000 members across the world, in over 90 countries.
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