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What is the EurGeol title?

The European Geologist title (EurGeol) is a professional title created by the European Federation of Geologists (EFG) which recognises the ability to deliver a high quality of services within the practice of geology. Title holders have achieved suitable academic training and a level of professional experience, skill and competence to perform tasks within their professional practice. It also means that the geologist undertakes continuing education and training, demonstrating a personal commitment to stay up to date and informed within the sphere of his professional work.

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Why to apply?

Professional titles have become important in demonstrating the suitability of a professional to provide geological services. The EurGeol professional title provides a quality mark to demonstrate to clients, regulators and the general public that the individual is competent to provide geological advice, and allows employers to offer competitive commercial services. To adapt to the current and future challenges within the geo-political framework of the European Union, it is necessary that geologists achieve, and can demonstrate, a high degree of professional experience to be able to respond to the demands of society in practising their profession.
Check now full information on the EurGeol title, eligibility to apply and the application procedure here.
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The EurGeol tool provides many useful services to title holders, such as the electronic update of their CPD record and the creation of an electronic CV or visit card. An interactive directory at the service of title holders, companies, public authorities and other stakeholders is part of this tool. The ‘EurGeol directory’ section provides information about all professional geologists registered and validated by the European Federation of Geologists. The directory allows you to search for title holders active in one specific country and/or one specific field of geosciences.
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