20 Sep

CIEH-conversations: the leadership team & the new route to registration

CIEH member: Free
Non-member: Free

Online (BigMarker)

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  • Time: 11.00 - 12.00 BST

Overview

Join our leadership team as we return with another live and interactive CIEH-conversations session.  We hope these sessions will allow members to get to know our new leaders, as well as to update you on key areas. 

This time our lead topic will be the much-anticipated launch of the new EHP Registration pathway.  This replacement for EHRB enables environmental health professionals to demonstrate their competency. It will also give assurances to employers, colleagues and members of the public, that individuals have demonstrated their skills in practice and have ongoing competence.  Phil, Julie and Terenja will be listening and responding to questions and comments from members. 

This session will form part of the engagement that the Board committed to, to ensure that at each stage of the future of registration process, members and stakeholders are kept fully informed and engaged.  We hope you can join us. 

When?

Taking place on Monday 20 September 11.00 – 12.00. 

Who should attend?

Any environmental and public health professionals.

What you need to know

There is a limit of 1,000 attendees for this webinar, so register now to guarantee your place. To ensure you can access the webinar on the day, please test your system in advance of the session as requested in the confirmation email.  

If you would like to submit a question to the panel, please email it us at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time, stating clearly which CIEH-Conversation you would like it to be asked at.

Please note upon booking you will no longer automatically receive your unique joining link these are emailed out separately from [email protected] please add this address to your email safe sender list to avoid it being blocked. 

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