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Distance Learning - Quantity Surveying in Practice Instance 3NZ

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Duration 6 months time

Course Overview

Professional quantity surveyors help shape the world we live in by providing expert advice on costs of construction projects around the globe. Whether a small residential property or iconic new stadium, the practical application of key techniques can ensure the smooth running of any project and provide value for money.

Demonstrate your ability to put knowledge into practice and progress your career with our course on applying core techniques to construction projects. You will receive dedicated instruction on how to analyse complex construction technology, lead on partnerships and collaboration, conduct lifecycle costing and planning, manage cash flows, evaluate contract forms, and administer contractual procedures and issues.

By the end of the course, you will be confident in your ability to meet the requirements of being a practicing QS and to demonstrate these skills on a variety of projects. Moreover, each module is one of the core competencies of the quantity surveying and construction pathway, so completing this course will strengthen and enhance your ability to become an RICS Professional.

Who is this course for?

  • Quantity Surveying BSc/MSc graduates and Assistant/Graduate Quantity Surveyors
  • APC and Assoc. candidates
  • Building technicians, Quantity Surveyors, Property Valuers and Civil Engineers with a minimum of 3 years' professional experience.

Learning outcomes

  • Evaluate alternative elemental options and sustainability
  • Describe construction technology and environmental services for domestic buildings and more complex buildings
  • Compare procurement and tendering procedures, produce tender documentation and undertake partnering and collaborative systems
  • Assess design factors that influence the elemental costs of buildings
  • Implement pre and post cost planning, control of the building process, and whole life cycle costing (with building information modelling)
  • Undertake the measurement of building works and tender documentation and evaluation of construction costs
  • Compare current alternative forms of quantification
  • Compare standard forms of contract and contractual procedures for payments, final agreements and administrative issues
  • Implement cash flow procedures, financial control of construction costs and create financial statements


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Should you required further information regarding this training session, please don't hesitate to contact Nick Hudson, nhudson@rics.org

Can I update my registration information?

Yes, you can update the information on your order by clicking your order on the Tickets page. First, access the account menu, then select "Tickets." Second, select your order. Third, select “Edit” to update your information. Once you’re done, select “Save” to save changes.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

It is advisable to provide accurate information for attendees as certificates are based on information you provided.

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