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Online, 31 Mar 2017
Conduct Rules and Ethical principles underpin all actions of the RICS, and for those looking to gain membership to the institution, it is essential you can demonstrate a thorough knowledge in these areas.
from £54.00 for RICS members
Having a comprehensive understanding of a clients’ brief ensures that you meet the expectations of the clients’ requirements. But can you demonstrate your ability to meet clients’ needs in APC assessments?
from £30.00 for RICS members
Online, 4 Apr 2017
This foundation course will enable the participants to deal with loss and expense procedure when managing construction projects governed by JCT 2016.
from £40.00 for RICS members
Structuring your case study can be a challenge! Ensure you have clarity around the new case study requirements and learn how to demonstrate evidence in line with the RICS competency framework for your best chance of success.
Online, 5 Apr 2017
We all know sustainability is a red hot topic but do the paradoxes and practicalities confuse you? Focus on key practical elements that build confidence and knowledge necessary to demonstrate your competence.
Do you manage your clients’ money effectively? All RICS regulated firms are required to protect clients’ money so ensure you follow the best practice steps to comply with the RICS Rules of Conduct.
As the ultimate assessment for gaining Chartered Status, the APC final interview can be a daunting experience. Ensure you prepare effectively for the best chance of success by identifying the practicalities and learning effective skills to demonstrate your knowledge, experience and skills with confidence.
Online, 7 Apr 2017
Accurate selection and analysis of comparable evidence is at the heart of residential valuations yet until 2012 there was no formal guidance for this essential function.
Are you BIM-ready? Understand the key activities and processes surrounding BIM application to ensure you have an effective BIM implementation strategy.
Online, 10 Apr 2017
A picture based session to ensure you will be able to identify Japanese Knotweed from spring to autumn.
Online, 11 Apr 2017
In Spring 2015, nearly a quarter of all QS and Construction candidates, completing Design Economics and Cost Planning were referred. Ensure you have the knowledge to demonstrate your competence in APC assessments.
Cracking in low-rise buildings takes many forms and it’s important to know the implications for lending and insurability. Review real-life examples to gain a solid understanding of reporting requirements for structural movement.
Gain an understanding of the upcoming changes to rules governing anti-money laundering and requirements set against you. Learn how to best prepare and how to avoid risks posed to your firm.
Online, 24 Apr 2017
Learn to structure and evidence Landlord and Tenant competency at level 2 and 3
Planning Blight raises particular difficulties in its application to farmland, concerned both with the eligibility to serve a Blight Notice and the subsequent basis of compensation.
Online, 25 Apr 2017
The aim of this web class is to identify the various factors that can affect a tenant’s rights and obligations to reinstate alterations made in leased premises.
Online, 26 Apr 2017
This course will look at the practicalities and the law surrounding repair and disrepair. What is repair? What is disrepair? How is disrepair remedied? How do repairing clauses vary? Schedules of Condition and Fair Wear and Tear exceptions will be discussed. The measure of loss for a breach of a repairing obligation will be discussed (from a building surveyor’s perspective).
Online, 27 Apr 2017
This practical class identifies the entitlement to compensation from the impact of statutory works projects (including highway schemes, airport/runway extensions, new railway/tram lines etc) when no land is actually taken.
On average, the UK has to cope with a high level of rain water each year, and thus damp is potentially a problem affecting all buildings.
Online, 28 Apr 2017
The web class aims to identify the theoretical and practical matters that may have a bearing on reaching a satisfactory rent review or lease renewal outcome with illustrated examples.
Online, 2 May 2017
From minor project works through to the most complex civil engineering scheme, whatever your role in the procurement of repairs, maintenance, refurbishment or new build works, CDM 2015 will impact your working practice. What do these regulatory changes mean in practice?
Online, 3 May 2017
As the ultimate assessment, the APC final interview can be a daunting experience. Ensure you prepare effectively for the best chance of success.
Online, 4 May 2017
Commercial Management of Construction is a core and also an optional competency on APC Pathways.
Bringing real world commercial management into the virtual classroom. Sharing good practice, tips and techniques to enhance your Commercial Management skills.
Online, 5 May 2017
Do you know that in 2011 one in three candidates who have Building Pathology as a competency failed it? If you have Building Pathology as one of your competencies this class is an opportunity not to be missed!
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