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Our face to face courses cover all areas of surveying and assessment and are run by experienced professionals sharing their expertise, knowledge and practical advice.
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15 Mar 2013
Further develop your mediation skills and explore the market for this new discipline.
London, 4 Apr - 31 Dec 2013
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
Manchester, 21 May 2013
Financial viability has become an increasingly important material consideration in the planning system.
from £295.00 for RICS members
London, 21 May 2013
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 one day course will develop your knowledge and understanding of building pathology and how important it is to understand how materials behave, the changing face of design, understanding the form of construction and cause and effect.
This course covers the whole of the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) process.
London, 22 May 2013
Ska Rating is an environmental assessment method focussing on the non-domestic fit-out market. It looks at the key sustainability issues relating to a fit-out and rates a project on how well it performs against key issues.
from £395.00 for RICS members
Suffolk, 4 Jun 2013
The first half of the course looks at some of the history of thatched roofs, the materials used and regional styles.
London, 5 Jun 2013
If you are new to the property business this course will provide you with a head start in developing your knowledge and understanding of the property business and will assist you in appreciating the role you play in the overall process of property ownership and development.
Manchester, 6 Jun 2013
This one day course will demonstrate how to apply the principles of BS9999:2008. The morning session is dedicated to the concept of the code and the rationale behind its development.
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