Training & events
Oceania face to face and web class courses cover all areas of surveying and assessment and are run by experienced professionals sharing their expertise, knowledge and practical advice.
As an extension of the training offered, there are online distance learning (blended) courses and e-learning sessions available.
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Online Web Class, 20-31 Jul 2017
The RICS Red Book, incorporating International Valuation Standards, is accepted and required by many lenders, property owners and governments throughout Australia and globally.
from AUD $150.00 for RICS members
Online Web Class - NZ, 20-31 Jul 2017
from NZD $150.00 for RICS members
Online NZ, 26 Jul 2017
Building pathology, defects and their remediation remain key issues for building owners, vendors and purchasers and are core professional skill areas for Chartered Building Surveyors.
from NZD $54.00 for RICS members
Sydney - July 2017, 26 Jul 2017
How to improve value through active management
from AUD $282.00 for RICS members
Brisbane, 27 Jul 2017
Comfort control, lighting, internal transportation, power, public health, life safety, security and communications are all part of building services rich tapestry. They make or break a building. They account for much of a building's operating costs and they feature heavily in building occupants complaints.
Sydney - July 2017, 28 Jul 2017
We know value management is about achieving value for money for your project, whether it be to improve benefits or cost accountability. But the difficulty is everyone has a different idea of what value means.
Auckland, NZ, 31 Jul 2017
from NZD $282.00 for RICS members
Selection of web classes prerecorded covering the key principles of the Adjudication role and best practice when applying the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (BCIPA).
from AUD $225.00 for RICS members
This session will consider the phrase “other arrangement” by reference to decided cases.
from AUD $45.00 for RICS members
from NZD $45.00 for RICS members
Just what constitutes service, and when it occurs under the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004, are key concepts upon which much depends
Addressing Monetary Delay Claims
Colin Bond will provide an update in relation to progress payments and the valuation of construction work and related goods and services in BCIPA.
Web Class five - Some suggested tips about Estoppel
Web Class six - Legislative Development - Recent cases and their impact for Adjudicators
© RICS 2017
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