Property Records/Information Systems Competency Masterclass


1.5 Hours Formal CPD

Managing property records is an integral part of the role of a surveyor. Gain an understanding of the competency requirements and ensure you are complaint against the required standards when maintaining both paper and electronic records.

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Course information

Look in detail at the competency description, identifying what assessors will expect when you come to demonstrate skills and knowledge in your assessments. Consider your summary of experience, case study and final assessment interview in their own right, identifying best practice methods for preparation and areas where problems commonly occur. 

With the chance to assess sample submissions you will gain the ability to identify your own skills gaps and necessary preparation to successfully manage APC assessments. The class will be very interactive and will allow you to ask questions and seek advice on your own experiences in this competency from the trainer as well as learn from other APC candidates and their experiences. 

Course Content

  • Top tips for best practice in Property Records and Information Systems
  • The definition of level 1, 2 and 3 in competency demonstration
  • Good and bad examples of sample submissions
  • Responding to assessors questions
  • Top tops for demonstrating competence
  • Common pitfalls to avoid

Course Format

1.5 hr interactive web class 

Who Should Attend

APC, ASOC and SPA candidates 


Learning outcomes

  • Complete the templates for the competency with the right level of detail to allow the assessors to prepare for the interview
  • Identify how to best respond to assessors’ questions at each level
  • Present relevant experience to support your answers
  • Avoid the most common mistakes and pitfalls
  • Avoid the most common mistakes and pitfalls
  • Presenter


    Kate Taylor

    FRICS Assoc CIPD

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