RMet is a professional qualification awarded by the Royal Meteorological Society for members pursuing a career in meteorology, or working in a role supporting meteorological services. To be considered for accreditation as a RMet, candidates must have achieved (or be able to demonstrate) the requirements set out in the diagram and documents below.
The extent to which a candidate satisfies the requirements is based on evidence from a candidate’s self-assessment, referees’ reports and the assesment panel.
You may apply for RMet online using our new Accreditation and CPD System (ACCSYS)
Go to ACCSYS (for logged in members)
The Royal Meteorological Society were pleased to announce the launch of the Registered Meteorologist (RMet) professional accreditation scheme at the Annual General Meeting on 14 May 2014 and presented certificates to the first candidates to be accredited (below).
Front row: Lt Benjamin Barrett RN, Dr Jennifer Rourke, Met Office, Mr Paul Knightley, MeteoGroup, Mr Paul Mott, MeteoGroup, Mr Byron Drew. MetraWeather EMEA. Second row Mr Adam Thornhill, Met Office, Mr James Rainbow, Met Office. Back row; Dr Liz Bentley, Chief Executive, Royal Meteorological Society, Prof Jo Haigh, President Royal Meteorological Society, Cdr Derek Swannick Chair of Accreditation Board.
Initial Application Fee for RMet (for UK applicants only) - £55.00
Annual Renewal Fee for RMet - £21.00
Please see the documents above for information about RMet and if you have any further questions do not hesitate to email email@example.com
A register of those members accredited as Registered Meteorologists to date can be found here >>