RICS APC Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism (2022)
What you'll learn
- 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
- 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 has been updated for the 2022 RICS Rules of Conduct that replace:
The 5 Ethical and Professional Standards
RICS Rules of Conduct for Firms
RICE Rules of Conduct for Members
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.
All aspects of the RICS Rules of Conduct and their application for both members and firms must be understood and applied to Level 3 for all APC candidates.
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.
Who this course is for:
- APC candidates
- RICS members
- Chartered Surveyors
- Surveying students
- Trainee surveyors
- APC supervisors
- APC Counsellors
- APC Assessors
- Quantity Surveyors
- Building Surveyors
David Inman FRICS is an APC Chairman Assessor and practising Chartered Environmental Surveyor with DIEM Ltd.
Being an active APC Assessor Chairman and running an RICS Regulated firm, David gives you the inside, expert view of APC related topics.
From a sustainability viewpoint, he has supported some of the best known UK brands, FTSE listed companies, specialist contractors, leading Universities and the public sector in implementing and operating ISO 14001 (environmental) and ISO 50001 (energy) management systems.
For ISO 50001 he has also implemented energy management systems on commercial properties in USA, Brazil, Germany, Belgium, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and Australia.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv). He has been involved in environmental, energy and quality management of land, property, construction and business throughout his career.
David has over 20 years experience in advising on environmental, energy and quality management, having worked for Carillion, AMEC and the Stobart Group in environmental, property management and engineering roles, before entering private practice in 2005 at DIEM Ltd.
He currently sits on RICS North West Regional Board, is a RICS APC Assessor Chairman and is a member of the RICS SME Steering Group. He has previously sat on RICS UK Education Standards Board, plus was Chairman of RICS Lancashire Local Association and RICS Lancashire Matrics.
He is a contributing author to RICS isurv for ISO 50001 and the Circular Economy and was co-author of the RICS Europe publication Sustainable construction: Realising the opportunities for built environment professionals.
In 2019 David was appointed a Director of the charity The Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust.