An APC Mandatory Competencies Training Module on 14th November 2019 in Manchester City Centre
2.00 pm until 5.30 pm (registration and buffet lunch from 1.00pm)
£75.00 plus VAT @ 20% (£15.00) inclusive of supporting notes and buffet lunch (see “Terms and Conditions”)
Limited to 30 places to ensure that individual training needs can be addressed
Provides 3½ hours of formal CPD
Post module study to reinforce knowledge and understanding provides additional CPD hours.
Venue The Town Hall Tavern, 28 Tib Street, Manchester M2 4JA
Aims and Outcomes
This APC Mandatory Competencies Training Module is aimed at all APC Candidates to provide the knowledge and understanding to achieve Level 1
This Module will also make a significant contribution towards the achievement of Level 2 in Client Care, Communication & Negotiation and Health & Safety plus Levels 2 and 3 in Ethics, Rules of Conduct and Professionalism
The knowledge element will be provided by lectures with detailed supporting notes.
Understanding will be achieved through rolling questions and answers using typical APC Final Assessment questions.
John Faulkner FRICS is a former valuation lecturer, a consultant in private practice, a regular contributor at CPD events and an APC / AssocRICS training consultant.
Terms and Conditions
This training module does not represent any official view of the RICS and cannot offer any guarantee that its completion will result in success at APC final assessment.
Booking confirmation, VAT receipt and directions to venue will be sent at least 48 hours before the date the module is presented.
A refund will only be made if a cancellation is received at least 14 days before the date the module is presented, and this will be subject to an administration charge of £30.00 plus VAT.
JFPC Valuation School reserve the right to cancel the presentation of this module and in this case a full refund will be made.
TO LEVEL 3
TO LEVEL 1
Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism (2018) Conduct Rules, ethics and professional practice (2015)
The 5 Ethical Standards Rules of conduct for members Rules of conduct for firms Conflicts of interest (COI) Bribery Act 2010 Setting up in Practice Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) Clients’ money
Accounting principles and procedures
UK GAAP, IFRS, CIPFA Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet Asset Valuations EBITDA, Adjusted Net Profit Profits Test
Definition and contents Internal or external focus Revising the business plan
Conflict avoidance, management and dispute resolution procedures