RICS APC Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism
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- The RICS requirements of the Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism APC competency
- How to understand the Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism APC competency
- Hot to apply the Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism APC competency
- Understanding of RICS rules of conduct for members and firms
- Pass RICS APC
- APC revision
- APC final assessment preparation
- Professional ethics
- Real estate ethics
- To be enrolled on the RICS APC
- To be a RICS member
- Thinking about enrolling on the APC
- Be an employer of an APC candidate
- Be an APC counsellor or supervisor
This course, delivered by APC Assessor Chairman and practising Chartered Surveyor David Inman FRICS, outlines what you need to understand in terms of the RICS regulatory requirements to be successful with the RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).
This course is designed for levels 1, 2 and 3 for the RICS APC competency "Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism".
It is well known that if you get any item of this competency wrong your final assessment, you will not pass and be referred.
This is the second of the DIEM Ltd APC PASS courses that show you how to undertake your APC in a way that it is:
Achievable, giving you the
Skills to succeed.
All RICS members are required to undertake learning in relation to the RICS Global Professional and Ethical Standards at least once every three years and this course, whilst tailored to APC candidates, will support this requirement.
- APC candidates
- RICS members
- Chartered Surveyors
- Surveying students
- Trainee surveyors
- APC supervisors
- APC Counsellors
- APC Assessors
- Quantity Surveyors
- Building Surveyors
The first unit outlines the requirements of levels 1, 2 and 3 of the Ethics, Rules of Conducts and Professionalism APC competency.
The unit details the requirements that firms regulated by RICS must meet. Also what steps an organisation must take to become regulated by RICS on a voluntary and mandatory basis are covered.
Here, we include changes to the regulation of firms that is mandatory from 1 April 2020.
All RICS-regulated firms must have adequate and appropriate professional indemnity arrangements under the requirements of our Rules of Conduct for Firms. This unit covers these requirements, including run-off cover and tips to what questions may arise on the subject at Final Assessment.
This unit covers the RICS' requirements for complaints handling. Whilst most complaints are quickly resolved, if no agreement is reached the complain can be escalated and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is used.
Also covered in this unit is the definition of mediation and arbitration, a classic APC final assessment question.
In our final lecture, we look at how we can protect ourselves and our employers against bribery, money laundering and corruption and by doing this prevent terrorist finances. We also look at the RICS' requirements for Countering bribery & corruption, money laundering & terrorist financing