The APC final interview is the last step of the RICS membership process. Ensure you prepare effectively, and learn how to best demonstrate your abilities, experiences, and skills to RICS assessors with this expert-led web class.
How will new developments in PropTech impact Real Estate? What is your role in the changing Built Environment? Learn how data and technologies will affect your business from PropTech rising star Travtus
In this series you will learn best practice for handling contingencies at every stage of a construction project, from contract selection, pre-award, contract changes, delays and disruptions, and concluding with loss and expense.
Selecting and managing a construction contract is an essential skill in an increasingly global industry. In this course, you will learn how to select contracts that enable you and your team to work effectively on a global scale.
With the ever changing property market and differing client requirements there has never been a more important time to take a health check on the advice we give to our clients in connection with the valuation method/approach we have used.
Demonstrating your abilities and skills in written form is an essential part of the APC process. Gain the skills to effectively articulate your experiences, competencies and real case studies in line with the RICS Way.
With the publication of the new professional statement for measurement, measuring properties in line with IPMS for Offices will be mandatory for RICS members from January 2016. Ensure you have the skills and knowledge to comply.
For the commercial valuer, readily identifying the characteristics of various properties is crucial to an effective appraisal. Build on your capacity by understanding best methodology and specific requirements for the valuation of hotel...
To lessen the impact of the delays and disruption associated with construction projects, this course emphasizes understanding the relevant events that can trigger a delay or disruption and how to implement the correct processes to manage them....