As a commercial/residential surveyor, you’ll deal with all aspects of residential and commercial property in both the private and public sectors. Principal activities are related to the management, purchase, sale or leasing, of land and property, as well as valuing and surveying the property.
You may act as an agent, broker or auctioneer during a sale and may also carry out contract negotiations between landlords and tenants.
Residential surveying is a well-respected profession with many rewards. Using expert knowledge, typically, it is the role of a residential surveyor to assess the condition of a residential property and provide an impartial report to the client.
The Certificate is a vocationally related qualification, meaning it gives you the skills and knowledge to be a well-rounded residential surveyor. The Certificate is delivered part-time and is delivered in two parts – training and assessment.
- A vocational qualification to enable existing property professionals to gain knowledge on residential construction and pathology
- Training material and course training days delivered by industry leaders
- Provides in-depth training with limited assessment
Types of commercial/residential surveyor
As well as specialising in either commercial or residential property, you’ll also usually specialise further in one of the following areas:
Once the training is complete, you will then produce a portfolio of evidence for assessment. This will include 3 condition reports so that you can demonstrate your technical knowledge, as well as written tasks to assess your business and interpersonal skills.
How long does it take?
The training takes 6-9 months, and once this is complete you move onto assessment. The assessment should take between 2 months to complete the online portal.
|Part 1: Different type of resident survey|
|1.0 Different type of resident survey||00:20:00|
|1.1 Survey level one||00:20:00|
|1.2 Survey level two||00:20:00|
|1.3 Survey level three||00:30:00|
|1.4 Services for property owners and vendors||00:10:00|
|Part 2: Competence|
|2.1 Competence of surveyors||00:30:00|
|Part 3: Components of the service|
|3.1 Pre-inspection Client enquiry – managing expectations||00:20:00|
|3.1.1 Understanding the nature of the building||00:15:00|
|3.1.2 Terms and conditions of engagement||00:30:00|
|3.1.5 Pre-inspection research||00:10:00|
|3.1.6 Other pre-inspection matters – asbestos||00:10:00|
|3.1.7 Other pre-inspection matters – leaseholds||00:35:00|
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