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Governance documents

View and explore our charter, bye-laws and code of ethics.

CIEH was granted its Royal Charter in 1984 and is regulated by the Privy Council.

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Outcome of fitness to practise hearing 9 December 2022.

An appeal hearing will take place on 6 October 2023. The appellant is Dilshad Dilmahmode of London.

An appeal hearing will take place on 6 November 2023. The appellant is Samuel Babatola of Huddersfield.

A fitness to practise hearing will take place on 20 November 2023. The respondent is Ian Bartlett of Lutterworth.

Hearings are held in public. If you would like to attend this hearing, please contact Jon Buttolph at [email protected]

Our objects are enshrined in our Charter and Bye-laws which set out our charitable purpose and powers.

  • Charter as amended by Privy Council on 4 May 2016
  • Byelaws as amended by Privy Council on 22 September 2022

Our members are bound by our Code of Ethics and fitness to practise rules. This code covers everything from confidentiality to complaints and is central to how we conduct ourselves as an organisation.

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