Behaving ethically is at the heart of what it means to be a professional; it distinguishes professionals from other in the marketplace. RICS rules of conduct are mandatory for all members so you must familiarise with them.
Conduct rules, ethics and professional practice is a level 3 competency and there is a significant emphasis on it during the interview. You can be referred on professional practice and ethics alone so you must be able to demonstrate your competence on the required level.
This two-part session is designed to provide you with examples of questions and scenarios that assessors will use when reviewing this key competency. The classes will be very interactive and will allow you to ask questions and seek advice on your own experiences in this competency.
Part one will look at Rules of Conduct and Money Laundering and will briefly summarise the key aspects of the Bribery Act 2010 and part two will focus on Professional and Ethical standards.
November start date session schedule
||29 November 2017 09:00 - 10:30 (UK Time)
||8 December 2017 09:00 - 10:30 (UK Time)
April start date session schedule
||10 April 2018 09:00 - 10:30 (UK Time)
||17 April 2018 09:00 - 10:30 (UK Time)
- Provide real life examples of the compliance with one of the nine rules for members is achieved that will then be assessed and commented on by the presenter
- Provide real life examples of the compliance with one of the fifteen rules for firms is achieved that will then be assessed and commented on by the presenter
- Be able to explain, with the use of examples how, to comply with money laundering regulations
- Be able to explain, with the use of examples how, to comply with the Bribery Act
- Provide real life examples of the five Professional and Ethical standards that will then be assessed and commented on by the presenter
- Provide examples of potential conflicts of interest and how to avoid/deal with them, these will then be assessed by the presenter
- Explain the main requirements of how to set up a RICS regulated company
- Know how to present and describe Conduct Rules Ethics and Professional Practice competency experience in the requisite APC templates and successfully answer mock questions posed by the presenter
A very good course, great practical examples and good advice as how to answer.
The web class is related to the ethics and practical standards of property valuation, so the web class outcomes shall be fully incorporated to my day to day work as a real estate valuer.
On this class that I took from Mr. Jon Wright was full of information. He was available for all questions during the class. The amount of information come from Mr Jon class are outstanding resource, and the more I learn today on this class, the less risky moves I will make in the future.
Who Should Attend?
APC and PER candidates (for any competency)
APC Supervisors and Counsellors that require clarification of what is required by their candidates in the Rules of Conduct and Ethics of Professional Practice.
Web Class Series Pre-requisites
Candidates are strongly advised to undertake the Ethics E-learning prior to the session as the session will not revisit the very basis of ethics. Any PER or APC candidates that have registered, or are qualified to register, for the APC/PER schemes.
Draft a sample level three Conduct Rules Ethics and Professional Practice entry for the APC/PER experience record.
Pre-Class Reading Material/Post Reading Material
The five Professional and Ethical Standards publications on RICS.org:
The nine rules for members and the fifteen rules for firms on RICS.org
The sessions will cover very little theory and focus on practice, looking at case studies and concrete examples.
show full programme
- Rules of Conduct for individuals
- Rules of conduct for firms
- Money Laundering
- Brief summary of the key aspects of the Bribery Act 2010
- Professional and Ethical standards.