Instruction Type: Stand Alone
We have produced section by section guidance for your application. Having gained the necessary level of qualification and having the experience to gain a Chartered status, the challenge now is to present your knowledge, experience and professional standing in the best possible light so that you are able to be receive professional Chartered recognition.
To this end you will be able to review section by section each Report Brief and take on board the guidance given in the Report Brief
Analysis, starting with the Applicant Statement and concluding in a sequential manner with the last competence, Commitment to Continual Professional Development.
For those candidates requiring editorial guidance and support, this can be provided as we have a mentoring service to suit all abilities. The role of the candidate is to diligently follow the guidance given to the best of their ability and the role of the RivaSure (mentor) is to assist the candidate to produce their best application possible.
It must be noted that your professional review is a process / journey and completing the Application for Chartered Membership is a process in which you give evidence to your knowledge and experience by writing brief experiential reports.
Throughout key stages in your membership journey, you may be asked to provide personal identification documents to verify your details.
Upon submission the CIOB assessment of your application, it must be noted that there are a variety of outcomes:
In your application, your reports should be narrative with examples from your day-to-day practice. Avoid using bullet points, lists and headings. Please use spell & grammar checker and ensure your report says what you intend it to say. Maybe ask a colleague to have a quick read through for you.
It must further be noted that by design, the Application for Chartered Membership is a professional application. So what does this mean;