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1 The RICS Approach to Developing Work-Based Progression Routes to Professional and Managerial Job Roles: Professional Body and University Partnerships Nick Evans UK Higher Education Policy Manager Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

2 Raising standards since 1868 RICS is the world’s leading property professional body setting and enforcing standards in property land and construction management.

3 RICS is now a global qualification Offices in London (HQ), New York, Sao Paulo, London, Brussels, Dubai, New Delhi, Hong Kong, Beijing and Sydney Our qualified members number 100,000

4 Global qualified membership : UK 72,5003: Europe 5,7006: North Asia 7,00010: North America 2,500 2: Ireland 2,2004: Russia/CIS 3007: South Asia 70011: Latin America 150 5: MEA 3,0008: ASEAN 1,700 9: Oceania 2,300

5 United Kingdom UK members Associate 2500 Chartered Members Chartered Fellows Education 51 partner universities 370 accredited courses 7000 entrants and graduates

6 What our members do? LandPropertyConstruction EnvironmentArts and AntiquesBuilding Control GeomaticsCommercial PropertyBuilding Surveying Minerals & Waste ManagementDispute ResolutionProject Management Planning & DevelopmentFacilities ManagementQuantity Surveying & Construction RuralMachinery & Business Assets Management Consultancy Residential Property Valuation

7 RICS covers the property lifecycle

8 How to join Graduate Professional Experience Senior Professional Associate 0 years’ relevant work experience + RICS accredited degree 0 years’ relevant work experience + RICS accredited degree 10 year’s relevant work experience OR 5 year’s relevant work experience + degree 10 year’s relevant work experience OR 5 year’s relevant work experience + degree 4 years’ relevant work experience Structured competency training Regular meetings with supervisor Professional development Written submission Final assessment interview + ethics Structured competency training Regular meetings with supervisor Professional development Written submission Final assessment interview + ethics Written submission Final assessment interview + ethics Written submission Final assessment interview + ethics Written submission Evidence of leadership / expert specialism Final assessment interview + ethics Written submission Evidence of leadership / expert specialism Final assessment interview + ethics Written submission Online ethics module Written submission Online ethics module AssocRICS MRICS 5 years’ relevant work experience + degree 5 years’ relevant work experience + degree

9 Why? RICS’ guiding principle is a commitment to act in the public interest in all that we do. RICS members must be highly competent professionals with the requisite knowledge, skills and experience Role for work based progression routes in developing highly competent chartered surveyors

10 Why? UK Membership Age Profile

11 Why? Falling entry to accredited courses

12 Why? Social Mobility Changes in Higher Education Tuition Fees Part-time undergraduate provision Higher Apprenticeships To meet the future demand for chartered surveyors

13 What are we doing? - Universities Working with universities to ensure RICS competencies are an integral part of higher apprentice frameworks Adaptation Programme Direct Entry to Associate membership for Level 5 Qualifications Accreditation Policy removing barriers to entry developing progression routes

14 What are we doing? – Entry routes Associate Membership Progression from Associate to Chartered membership Professional Experience Route Working with employers to ensure competencies are an integral part of higher apprentice frameworks

15 What are we doing? - Collaboration Professions for Good Chartered Surveyors Training Trust West Midlands Construction University Technical College

16 Future Work with more universities and employers to develop new work-based qualifications and pathways into the profession. Growth in international activity


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