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Upcoming Web Classes
Mandatory ‘Soft Skills’ Competencies Masterclass • 18 December 2018All surveyors require a clear understanding of the mandatory competencies yet as non-specialist subjects, they are often over-looked. Make certain that you can demonstrate your skills and knowledge in these compulsory areas, within you APC assessments.
Presented by Tony Ward
Building Pathology Competency Masterclass • 18 December 2018Building Pathology is a core competency for all candidates on the building surveying pathway so those of you who would like to succeed in passing the final assessment interview it is crucial that you can demonstrate this competency to level 3 in writing and during your interview. In 2016 most of the referred candidates failed because they haven’t...
Presented by Danny Medcalf
How to Value - Residential Property Using Comparable Evidence • 19 December 2018Accurate 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. This web class will review the RICS Information Paper on Comparable Evidence in Property Valuation and compare it with recent High Court judgements.
Presented by Philip Santo
APC – Preparing for Your Final Assessment – two-part web class • 03 January 2019As 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.
Presented by Tony Ward
Residential Property Defects - Timber Decay and Infestation • 03 January 2019Timber decay and infestations are one of the most common defects affecting all buildings. This class takes an in-depth look at the common forms of timber infestations and how it affects buildings. It includes an explanation of the common causes of timber infestations and the consequences and rectification of wet rot, dry rot and timber infestations.
Presented by Paul Kilvington