Why become a surveyor?
Surveying touches almost everything in our lives, shaping much of the world in which we live. Surveyors spend their careers measuring, valuing, protecting and enhancing the world's physical assets – right now, somewhere in the world, surveyors are busy creating the latest Olympic stadium, protecting fragile reefs from destruction or negotiating the next big property deal.
The CSTT (Chartered Surveyors Training Trust) aims to provide opportunities for young people, aged between 16 and 24, to become qualified surveyors regardless of their academic, social or financial circumstances. This is achieved by supporting young people from deprived areas or those who face personal disadvantage to gain employment as surveyors.
The CSTT is able to provide fully funded and supported apprenticeship programmes that lead to Associate membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. You can learn more about the work of the CSTT programm by clicking here.
If you are interested in a career in surveying - take a look at the surveying industry's website to find out more about the most diverse profession on the planet and learn about the enormous variety of paths your career could take.