Benefits of accreditation

Accreditation recognises an individual’s role and skills, and demonstrates commitment to your career. It provides a link and standards across the wider meteorological community, and is a professional qualification widely recognised by major UK and EU employers.

Becoming accredited benefits you, your employer, your profession, and the public.

Gain recognition

Highlight your accomplishments as a meteorologist, for your meteorology knowledge and expertise, alongside your academic qualifications.

Demonstrate your competence

Whether you're a new meteorologist to chief executive, demonstrate a commitment to professional development by recording developmental activities. Ensure you continue to sharpen your skills, and enhance their effectiveness.

Be a reputable source

By benchmarking professional meteorologists at the same high level, accreditation aims to re-engage public trust and confidence in meteorologists.

Career advancement

Show that you have the competencies beyond those required in your current post. You’ll be part of an extensive community of meteorologists, opening doors for career progression and enhancing your earning’s potential.

Go further

If you are not ready to apply for CMet, then RMet accreditation paves the way to progressing to CMet. Maintain your CPD record, and work towards becoming a Chartered Meteorologist (CMet), the highest status that can be achieved in meteorology

Read testimonials from employers and current registered and chartered meteorologists, talking about how accreditation benefits them