Five e.surv surveyors are celebrating success after achieving full membership status of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) following completion of the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).
Our well-established two-year APC programme provides candidates with a mix of classroom-based and “on the job” training, with our recent cohort achieving a 100% success rate. Becoming chartered with the RICS is a key milestone in a surveyor’s professional development.
Attaining MRICS status means the surveyors have undertaken rigorous training and demonstrated a high level of professional competence, evidencing that they are experts in their field.
e.surv Chief Surveyor, David Harbour, said: “It is immensely gratifying to see the hard work of our Assoc RICS surveyors, with the commitment and support of our in house training team, ensuring that all of our candidates were successful in achieving full MRICS qualification”.
As part of our continuous investment in personal and professional development, we have opened up our APC programme to new applicants, to help them in their next steps towards becoming fully chartered.
Pictured: Our newest MRICS surveyors celebrate their recent achievement of the RICS head office in Parliament Square in London. (From L to R) Tehnical Trainer Mike Toosey, Regional Director Tim Wood, Chief Surveyor David Harbour, MRICS Surveyors Mike Chichester, Glen Cameron, Same Wadsworth, Ben Sharp, and Regional Director Paul Marcus.