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Professional Ethics for RICS Members

e-Learning course

You will familiarise yourself with the five professional and ethical standards that underpin the behaviour of RICS members, and demonstrate how you would put them into practice.

If you are applying to become a member of the RICS, this course is already loaded onto your RICS Online Academy account ready to access. To access this login to with your RICS details and the course links will be located in the middle of the page inside the my courses block.

Should you be unable to see this course there may have been an error linking your RICS to account. Contact us with your 7 digit RICS number for more assistance.

RICS has 140,000 members who operate out of 146 countries, supported by an extensive network of regional offices in every continent. It is the pre-eminent organisation of its kind in the world. RICS members offer the very best advice on a diverse range of land, property, construction and related environmental issues. RICS helps to set, maintain and regulate standards, and provides impartial advice to governments and policy-makers.

One of the characteristics that distinguishes the RICS member is an absolute commitment to ethical behaviour. To become a member of RICS you will, in addition to demonstrating your professional knowledge and skills, have to show your understanding of, and commitment to, RICS professional and ethical standards.

This course, is designed to develop and test your understanding of RICS ethical standards. There is an online test to conclude this course to assess your understanding of the subject.

The cost of this material is £29 + VAT for 60 days enrolment.

Enrolment commences from the time of payment.

You will be asked to complete payment in order to enrol onto this course. Enrolment is activated through completing the payment process. Upon payment, you will be able to access the content for the enrolment period through clicking on the location link.

Price excl. VAT

£29.00 for RICS members

£29.00 for non-members


3 hours