The Trust’s environmental consultancy, Wildscapes CIC, is pleased to announce it has been awarded Registered Practice status by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM).
CIEEM is the leading professional membership body representing ecologists and environmental managers in the UK and seeks to promote the highest standards of professional practice in the industry.
Registered Practices are champions of high professional standards, delivering the best outcomes for biodiversity whilst supporting a thriving economy. As ambassadors in their field, Registered Practices help to raise the profile of the profession by sharing their expertise and supporting others to do their bit for our natural world.
Becoming a Registered Practice means that Wildscapes CIC adheres to a Code of Practice laid out by CIEEM. This consists of actively supporting CIEEM’s Objects, ensuring all works are compliant with current law and guidance, and are undertaken with openness and integrity. It also includes a commitment to ensuring employees and treated fairly and are supported with opportunities for training and professional development
The Registered Practice accreditation has been introduced by CIEEM as a quality benchmark and being awarded the status reflects our commitment to high professional standards in consultancy. It gives our clients, prospective client, partners, employees and the wider public the confidence that we are competent in our field and delivering excellent quality work.
Speaking about the recent award, Jon Goodrick, Consultancy Manager at Wildscapes CIC, commented, ‘We’re very proud to have achieved Registered Practice status. It confirms what we have strived to achieve over recent years – promoting, conserving and enhancing biodiversity within our region and beyond’.
Wildscapes CIC is a customer driven environmental consultancy providing services in Ecology, Land Management and Training. We manage multidisciplinary projects rich in wildlife, which deliver valuable social, economic and political benefits to local communities and the environment.
As a registered charity, established in 2007 and owned by the Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, all Wildscapes CIC profits are re-invested back into the charitable work of our parent company.