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a charter granted by the sovereign (especially in Great Britain)

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1 It has been very important to invest in our staff to achieve chartered status How complex is planning?
The IED is now authorised to award Chartered Status to product designers.
Robert believes chartered status puts the company in a position to build on the firm foundations Bob laid down.
Jackson said: "A large Saudi Arabian based company in the construction sector has recently approached us and asked us for training courses aimed at improving the caliber and skills of their QS teams such that the individuals would be taught to a level which would enable them to apply for chartered status.
This initiative is aimed at raising the profile of Chartered status for financial planners and firms among local business communities and consumers - and in his three-year role as chartered champion the 30-year-old will be the local advocate for achieving coveted Chartered status.
Andrew Rainford, who works for Salisbury and Company in St Asaph, has passed the rigorous chartered tax adviser exams required to attain chartered status.
This annual award, which commemorates the life of Dr Karen Burt, is presented by the Women's Engineering Society and aims to encourage more women to take up chartered status and promote the engineering, applied science and IT professions.
Passing this will give you chartered status which is what people will look for when they use a surveyor.
The Professional Contractors Group (PCG) has joined forces with the British Computer Society (BCS) to offer a fast track route for its members to join the BCS as professional grade or chartered status members.
Premier America is just the latest local credit union to receive state- chartered status.
The Institute of Personnel and Development today becomes the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the first body to be granted chartered status this century.
Most of them got their posts via the "old boy" network and lack chartered status, which would deem them ineligible to work for the National Health Service.
She is also a board advisor to the Institute for the Management of Information Systems, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a Chartered Director of the Institute of Directors - the only PR agency head to date to achieve chartered status.
The team, which last year was named UK Firm of the Year at the Sesame Bankhall Awards, was one A of the first Welsh IFAF s to achieve chartered status.
He will now work towards achieving RICS chartered status.
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