Professionals that work in specialised areas of practice can gain accreditations to demonstrate their expertise to clients, peers and colleagues. The accreditations available are listed below.
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14 Nov 2016
The CEIV is a credential for qualified valuation professionals who appraise entities and intangible assets.
03 Aug 2015
The Chartered Environmentalist qualification makes an invaluable addition to your status of chartered surveyor as it is an independently regulated qualification that cuts across all professional disciplines.
05 Sep 2012
The Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) operates as a nominating authority across all Australian jurisdictions and provides services including expert determination, expert witness, mediation and arbitration.
13 Jul 2017
RICS Expert Witness Accreditation Service is a voluntary scheme that sets the standards for professionals who act as expert witnesses.
RICS is an Accredited Provider Member of the Civil Mediation Council and Scottish Mediation Network.
09 Jan 2017
The real estate lifecycle relies on RICS’ and many other professionals. This certification recognises the role that they all perform.
11 Jul 2016
Applicants applying for or renewing registration as a Building Certifier in SA must first obtain a ‘Certificate of Accreditation’ from an approved Building Industry Accreditation Authority before applying to SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure for registration.
01 Aug 2016
Applicants applying for or renewing a licence as a building certifier in Queensland must first obtain a Certificate of Accreditation from an approved Accreditation Standards Body before applying to QBCC for a licence.
10 Dec 2014
Valuer Registration is designed to protect the public interest and continually raise the standards its members work to.
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