The Chartered Credential

A mark of trust, skill and expertise

Chartered status is your competitive edge. It is your mark that you are globally recognised and recognised by the community, industry and Government as Professional. It gives you superior market value and instantly signals your ability to exceed expectations with professionalism and respect. 

Explore the pages below to discover how to earn the mark of Chartered.

Become Chartered - The Six Step Process

 

Step 1 - Chartered Step 2 - Chartered Step 3 - Chartered Step 4 - Chartered Step 5 - Chartered Step 6 - Chartered

Chartered Information Sessions

 

    The information sessions provide an overview of the Chartered process and the application process followed by an audience Q&A session. 

    Please refer to your local event listings for further information on local session times. 

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