12:00pm - 1:00pm




Free to attend

Event description

Looking to become to be a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager (C.WEM) in 2024?

This webinar, aimed at those applying for Chartership or thinking of doing so in 2024, will set you up for success. It will support those looking to achieve professional registration with CIWEM (C.WEM, CEng, CSci and CEnv).

Whether you are ready to apply or planning your professional development, join us to learn about the application process, mandatory competences and professional review interview, and ensure you have all the information you need to apply.

Why become Chartered?

Around the world, people face new and challenging water and environmental problems every day. Becoming a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager demonstrates you are a leader in the water and environment profession.

It is a specialised grade of membership which demonstrates your skills as an experienced professional, and one that will always be relevant and in demand. C.WEM will expand the horizons and opportunities you have to participate in solving these challenges. It provides assurances sought by employers, clients, peers and the public of that you will provide the highest of professional standards.

Part of the CIWEM Membership series

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Joseph Sanders FCIWEM C.WEM CEng CSci CEnv

Joseph has over 15 years’ experience in the water industry as an academic, water company employee and consultant. He is a Senior Technical Director at RPS (A Tetra Tech company) focused on clean water especially the areas of asset management, leakage, demand management and network optimisation. He is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Scientist, Charted Environmentalist and Charted Water and Environmental Manager through CIWEM. Joe is a Fellow of CIWEM and sits on their Water Resources Panel, as asset and network specialist, as well as conducting assessments and professional review interviews for CIWEM.

Joseph completed a PhD at Imperial College London looking at the degradation of plastic water pipes, and tests that can be used to determine their remaining life. He then moved to Veolia Water (now Affinity Water), where he held several positions in the Asset Management team, assisting with projects in both the regulated and non-regulated business in the UK and abroad. He then joined Artesia working on a number of data science related projects for several of the UK water companies.

Booking and joining information

This event is open to members and non-members of CIWEM.

This webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform and will be recorded. Please note that registrations will close 24 hours before the event starts. If you have not registered before that time, unfortunately we cannot add you to the event. You will receive an email with joining instructions after you have successfully registered for the webinar and the registration has been approved by our team.

Please make sure you add this event to your calendar, all you need to do is copy the body text of the joining instruction email, go to your Calendar, create a new calendar appointment, set the start and end date and time, paste the text and click the "Save & Close" button. If you have any questions about your booking, please contact barbara.woods@ciwem.org.

If you have any queries about this talk, please contact the CIWEM membership team at membership@ciwem.org.

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