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Manchester, 13-21 Mar 2017
Professionals within the built environment are often called upon to act as expert witnesses in court and legal proceedings. The standard of expert evidence varies considerably and even highly-qualified professionals can benefit from developing a full understanding of the pressures, expectations and legal and ethical duties of an expert witness to the instructing party, the other side and most importantly, to the courts.
from £1,770.00 for RICS members
Edinburgh, 13-16 Mar 2017
Birmingham, 16 Mar 2017
If you are supervising or counselling trainees through their APC, this invaluable course will help you to understand the process and how you can best provide the support which they need.
from £95.00 for RICS members
This course covers the whole of the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) process.
London, 21 Mar 2017
Reflecting the changes that have been recently published on the JCT 2016 Minor Works suite, this introductory course covers the key aspects of the contract and illustrates with examples how the contract should be managed to ensure smooth delivery of projects.
from £295.00 for RICS members
London, 22 Mar 2017
Development Appraisals are widely used by developers and valuers, but what are they, what is included in them, and what are some pitfalls of which to be aware? Find the answers in the course.
From procurement, through formation, design, works and final account, this course will explore the rudiments of commercial awareness in construction contracts and provide you with the necessary acumen and confidence to give you skills to negotiate commercially viable contracts and manage risk in your projects.
London, 23 Mar 2017
Now updated to cover the Red Book 2014 edition.
This course explains the importance of conflict avoidance, management and dispute resolution procedures. It introduces the big picture of dispute resolution in the world of professional practice and highlights the increasing imperative to avoid court action wherever possible.
Helps you develop the skills required when surveying old buildings (typically those built before 1940).
London, 28 Mar 2017
Develop the skills and tools to quantify the risks that impact on cost, performance and programme, and apply a risk management process effectively on any construction project.
Implementing sustainability as a practical and measurable element in a construction project can be a hard task. This course will explore the most common tools available for implementing sustainability in a construction project and assessing the benefits results obtained from it.
London, 30 Mar 2017
The one day dilapidations course is presented from a building surveyor's perspective and covers the principles of; preparing a dilapidations claim, defending a dilapidations claim and negotiating a dilapidations settlement.
London, 3 Apr 2017
This introductory module covers the basics of finance and fundamentals of accounting.
London, 3-27 Apr 2017
Understanding of finance and its importance in decision making is a key knowledge area for any property professional.
from £945.00 for RICS members
London, 4 Apr 2017
This one day course is aimed to provide clear guidance to set out the main phases of the pre-contract development management process and the main activities included in each phase.
This intermediate module expands on basic accounting concepts.
London , 5 Apr 2017
This interactive course will introduce you to the suite of NEC 3 contracts and their uses.
London, 5 Apr 2017
This course explains the importance of ethics to RICS and its members.
This course explains how to manage construction and property projects.
London, 6 Apr - 26 May 2017
There is no better way to help you succeed in your final assessment than to experience a mock interview*
from £180.00 for RICS members
London, 6 Apr 2017
The discounted cash flow or DCF is one of the main methods used when carrying out commercial property valuations and can also be implemented as a tool for investigating development viability and investment analysis. This course will explore key techniques and different applications for this method through practical examples and real life case studies.
London, 11 Apr 2017
Develop a strategy for implementing effective open book contract management systems and processes, maximise your value for money, and achieve tough targets.
Learn about the variety of inspections, available to identify and remedy, the typical defects found within the different forms of construction, related to commercial properties.
London, 20 Apr 2017
This course covers the fundamental principles of asset management and will examine how the management, operation and ownership of real estate should be aligned to meet the corporate goal.
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