Since 1990 the Geological Society has offered the professional qualification of Chartered Geologist (CGeol). Chartered Geologists are required to demonstrate their skills, experience and competence in their given area of professional practice with reference to seven qualifying criteria.
The video below offers tips and advice on how to navigate the path to becoming chartered. It provides guidance on all aspects of the application process, from CPD recording to report writing and interview. Speakers Bill Gaskarth, (GS Chartership Officer) and Catherine Isherwood of Dalgleish Associates, a Chartered Geologist, each give a presentation from their own perspective of the process.