Apprenticeships are a paid jobs with training. Most of the training is on-the-job, working with you to learn the job specific skills needed for a surveyor and off-the-job training to gain knowledge and understanding developed through studying for a diploma or degree. On completion of the apprenticeship the apprentice must perform tasks confidently and completely to the standard set by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
Apprenticeships are not just for new entrants to your business but can be used to train your existing workforce and there are no age limits.
The Surveying Apprenticeship Standards were developed by employers for employers to meet your current workforce needs. CSTT and UCEM have been working for the past two years to provide an flexible, employer friendly apprenticeship delivery model enabling apprentices to access their studies from the workplace and complete their off the job studies at a time that suits the business.
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The Surveying Technician apprenticeship includes a Level 3 Surveying Technician Diploma and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Associate Assessment (AssocRICS). Four AssocRICS pathway options are available:
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The Chartered Surveyor apprenticeship includes an RICS accredited UCEM BSc (Hons) degree and includes RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) leading to MRICS status. Five APC pathway options are available:
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Employers must give their apprentice an induction into their role and provide on-the-job training. Employers are responsible for paying their apprentice’s wages and issuing their contract of employment.
By employing an apprentice, employers have certain requirements to meet:
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