RICS Training offers learning expertise and a dedicated client management team to assess, recommend, develop and deliver tailored training that supports professional development. Targeted to your business goals, we'll map a program to support your development needs.
RICS equips construction professionals with the tools and skills needed to adapt to a changing industry. Our courses cover topics including, cost estimating, quantity surveying, and construction project management.
Cost Estimation and Quantity Surveying
Driving knowledge and skills required to navigate cost management, sustainability, cost and project control issues in construction.
Topics related to construction contract selection, project delivery methods, terminology, supply chain management and development appraisals help professionals meet the needs of the project across each stage of planning and development.
Construction Project Management
Covering best practice for handling resources and contingencies at every stage of a construction project.
Application of the International Construction Measurement Standards (ICMS)
Delve into the application of ICMS, which establishes a single, globally-agreed approach that sets out how to report, group and classify construction project costs in a structured and logical form.
Mediation in the Built Environment
Develop skills to apply Alternative Dispute Resolution for the land, property, construction and built environment.
The real estate industry is a global one that demands uniformity in valuation and investment management. RICS offers specialized training to build knowledge for valuation professionals and those who rely on their services.
Valuation for Non-Valuers
For professionals working with valuation reports and disputes, this covers the main drivers affecting value, how actions impact them, key valuation methods and how to analyze the various influencers of valuation.
Specialized valuation courses cover: public-private partnerships (P3s), contaminated land, energy plants, leaseholds and hotels.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Anyone involved in property disputes needs to understand the ligation process, how to prepare as an expert witness and alternative dispute resolution methods.
Certificate in Commercial Real Estate
Using the RICS Commercial Real Estate competency framework and best practice guidance, develop your technical capability in areas including property leasing, measurement and inspection, and commercial property valuation methods.
Bridging International Valuation Standards
Addressing the need for global standards and consistency across markets, this course
focuses of the differences between compliant appraisals and reports across USPAP, IVS and Red Book, and how to ensure compliance across reporting styles.
Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
Ensure your approach to financial crime prevention meets legal requirements. Recognize a consistent approach to AML principles, address red flags and manage your risks against transactional crime.
Addressing the need to build the public trust for business valuation and intangible asset practices, these courses cover analysis and valuation of business assets, and credential preparation for fair market valuations.
Introduction to Business Valuation
Apply the practical methods to determine costs of capital, total invested capital, free cash flow and economic profits.
Introduction to Intangible Assets
Identify and estimate values and lives of intangible assets and estimate the effect on an economic unit of the use or ownership of an intangible asset.
Intermediate to Advance Topics in Business Valuation and Intangible Assets
Topics include valuation of customer assets, measurement and application of market participant acquisition premiums (MPAP), intercompany transfer pricing, royalty rate analysis, valuing debt securities, preferred stock and stock options, and pass-through entities.
Mandatory Performance Framework (MPF)
Addressing the three central themes of the MPF framework: valuation engagement guidance, entity valuation, and intangible asset valuation and discount rates. A key module to achieving the CEIV qualification.
FM integrates people, place, process and technology within the built environment. As businesses are increasingly seeing value in bringing FM to the table with decision-makers, industry professionals will need to stay up to date with best practices.
Certificate in Facilities Management
Using the RICS Facilities Management competency framework and best practice guidance, develop your technical capability, to apply techniques to improve workplace productivity, sustainability, communication and the overall competitive strategy of an organization
Facility Management Credential Suite
RICS partnership with International Facility Management Association™ (IFMA) offers a full spectrum of professional development for every career stage from new entrants to experienced professionals, including access to a credential suite: