Quantity Surveying in Practice (英文课程）
150.0 Hours Formal CPD
The need for chartered quantity surveyors is significant. By 2020 a prediction of 18 billion GBP will be spent on construction projects across key developing markets, therefore having the skills to meet this global demand is essential.
A quantity surveyor is concerned with the costs and financial management of the building life-cycle. In this course, we will cover both pre and post contract processes, the commercial management of construction and concepts on various procurement options, the production of tender documents, the contractor's tendering procedure and strategy and the detailed process undertaken by the contractor to price tender documents.
Explore construction technology, contract procedures and construction economics, looking at commercial and domestic measurement, as well as project estimating and management to an advanced level.
The aim of the course is to provide technical training around the key principles of tendering, estimating and pricing and provide you with knowledge of construction contracts and their financial provisions.
Who is this course for?
Quantity surveying BSc/MSc graduates and assistant/graduate quantity surveyors looking to put theory into practice and gain a day to day understanding of the profession
APC and Assoc. candidates looking to consolidate their practical skills and knowledge required to be a competent qualified quantity surveying professional
Building technicians, surveyors, property valuers and engineers with a minimum of 3 years' professional experience.
This course is made of up of 8 modules delivered across a 6 month period. The technical units covered within this course are listed below:
- Module 1: Introduction to the Quantity Surveying in Practice course
- Module 2: Construction technology and environmental services for domestic and more complex buildings
- Module 3: Procurement and tendering
- Module 4: Design economics, cost planning and commercial management of construction
- Module 5: Quantification and costing of construction works
- Module 6: Construction law and standard forms of contract
- Module 7: Project financial control and reporting
- Module 8: Course revision and consolidation
For more information on the topics covered within each unit, please download the course guide.
The start date is subject to change depending on number of attendees for this course and at the discretion of RICS. If you select the wrong start date you must notify us within 14 days of purchase to move to the correct group. Any requests outside of this date are chargeable.