June 20, 2013 -- Landmark Information Group has announced that three of its team have now been awarded Chartered Geographer (CGeog) status from the UK's Royal Geographical Society. The professional accreditation recognises competence, experience and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge as well as promoting skills and professionalism in the workplace.
Landmark’s Business Analyst Guy Collins, has just been awarded CGeog this week, and follows Matt Wills, Senior GIS Analyst, and Darren Lamble, IT Development Project Manager who have previously achieved the status. Guy, Matt and Darren are all Fellows of the Royal Geographical Society and successfully attained the CGeog status having met the Society’s strict criteria of having at least six years' geographical experience since graduation from university.
Mark Milner, CEO of Landmark Information Group said, “We are very proud of our team who have successfully achieved the highly-regarded Chartered Geographer status. It illustrates the importance we place on continued professional development across the business and is a great endorsement that recognises the breadth of experience and in-depth knowledge that supports our Product Development activity”
According to the Society, CGeog is the only internationally recognised professional accreditation for those with competence, experience and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge, understanding and skills in the workplace.
Adds Guy Collins: “Landmark has supported me and my colleagues in not only becoming Fellows of the Royal Geographical Society, but in applying for the CGeog status. By doing so, it demonstrates our competence, understanding and experience of geographical knowledge and gives us a greater professional standing. It also provides a great deal of assurance to our clients who rely on Landmark and its range of digital mapping, GIS and related environmental reports, regarding the expertise across our business.”
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