|Date||14th April 2018|
|Duration||3 hours (09:30–12:30 with 15 minute break)|
|Location||City University of Hong Kong (delegates will be notified of the exact room details after enrolment)|
This CPD workshop is part of a series that use Hong Kong case studies to provide relevance to and support development of technical competencies. The workshop has been designed to provide a deeper understanding of the essential topics participants need to learn to acquire the competences expected of a chartered surveyor.
Who should study this course?
This workshop is particularly suitable for those who are:
- studying for or going to sit the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) held by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
- Probationer Members in the Building Surveying or Quantity Surveying Division of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) who wish to prepare for their APC
- currently enrolled on BSc, MSc or MBA courses who are working towards a career as a professional surveyor.
- experienced professionals who wish to refresh their knowledge and satisfy their annual CPD requirements.
“What will I learn?”
This workshop covers some key content particularly suitable for those studying at university or going to sit the APC, including:
- the importance of the fundamental principles of contract law; including factors that affect the validity of a contract, contents of a contract, discharge of contract;
- the importance of law of tort; including general liability in tort, direct and indirect interference with land, negligence;
- the important aspects of land law; incl. defective premises, ownership of land, easements, covenants;
- case sharing with practical examples.
Sr Tang is an APC assessor for HKIS. He has worked for international quantity surveying firms in the private sector; working at a senior QS position for a Hong Kong leading housing provider for many years. Sr Tang also significant teaching experience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Attendance at this seminar provides 3 hours of formal CPD learning. You will be issued with a certificate of attendance after the event.
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Phone: +44 (0)118 921 4601
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