Chartered Practitioner programme
This route is designed to develop highly competent professionals able to protect the health and wellbeing of people and communities.
The Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner Programme is a two-year, practice-based route to Chartered Status and is built on our Professional Standards.
Chartered Environmental Health Practitioners (EHPs) can use the post-nominals 'CEnvH' and a digital credential to formally demonstrate that they have met the required standards.
The programme is employer-led and enables:
The Chartered EHP Programme is a flexible professional development pathway that is applicable internationally and in all employment contexts. For this reason, it has been not been directly mapped to the Food Standards Agency's competency framework. Candidates and employers who are interested in food enforcement work in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are asked to consider our Environmental Health Practitioner pathway instead.
A one-off application fee of £1,229.
This includes (for both years) application and induction fees, on-programme monitoring and administration, supporting and guidance materials, assessment and ratification, and certification of Chartered Status.
Please read the full programme specification before applying.
Chartered Status is currently under review and we welcome your thoughts. You might also like to consider Qualifying as an Environmental Health Practitioner as an alternative way to enhance your career.
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