Certificate in Building Surveying Practice
48.0 Hours Formal CPDUse 227 Coins
As one of the largest areas in surveying practice, building surveying covers a wide range of professional roles. You will be asked to provide a variety of services related to the maintenance and care of buildings, and will work in areas such as building design, refurbishment or alteration, as well as other construction and property matters.
As such, grasping crucial knowledge of construction technology, contracts and building pathology is vital in order to demonstrate your ability in building surveying practice. In our course, you will learn the core principles of practice related to contract administration, construction and environmental services, design and specification, inspection and legal and regulatory compliance.
Training in these key areas will furnish you with important knowledge and techniques for this multi-disciplined industry and will give you a practical skill set with which to implement key building surveying techniques.
Introduction to the course
Module 1 – Construction Technology and Environmental Services
Module 2 – Design and Specification
Module 3 – Inspection
Module 4 – Building Pathology
Module 5 – Contract Administration
Module 6 – Legal/ Regulatory Compliance and Property Management
Reveiw and Reflect
Upon completion of all technical modules, learners will take an examination to test knowledge. A certificate of completion will be awarded after passing the end of course assessment.
Please be aware that this is a professional training course, aimed to give you the practical knowledge need to succeed in your career. It is not an accreditation and does not lead directly to membership of RICS, or to becoming a registered surveyor. If you are interested in becoming RICS qualified, please check out this page http://www.rics.org/uk/join/shc/how/
Who is this course for?
This course is for you, if you:
- work in the Building Surveying sector who is looking to gain core knowledge and skills required in the industry
- need an in-depth understanding of how to inspect and maintain built environment assets or act as a Contract Administrator, but aren’t ready to commit to an APC
- are studying the APC Building Surveying pathway and need support with the technical modules on your pathway
Please be aware that this is a professional training course, aimed to give you the practical knowledge need to succeed in your career. It is not an accreditation and does not lead directly to membership of RICS, or to becoming a Chartered Surveyor. If you are interested in becoming RICS qualified, please check out this page.