Chartered surveyor

Chartered surveyor

Providing advice and recommendations to clients on land, property or construction

As a chartered surveyor you will provide professional advice relating to land, property, construction or infrastructure including design, building, procurement, value and management. Chartered surveyors measure, value, manage and protect the world’s physical and natural assets to ensure their potential is maximised. They play an integral part in all transactions across land, property, construction and infrastructure and are responsible for entire projects and the lifecycle of buildings, from overseeing planning, design and construction, through to occupation, sustainable usage, demolition and redevelopment. From city skyscrapers to sports stadiums, forests to festival sites, shopping centres to the homes we live in, chartered surveyors are involved in them all. You will require a mix of high-level technical and business skills, an understanding of communities, an appreciation of the built and natural world, and the ability to bring these diverse skills together.

 

Duration: 60 months

Relevant school subjects: Maths, science and DT

Entry requirements: Three A-levels, or their equivalent; or a level 3 apprenticeship in a construction- or property-related discipline

Achievement upon completion: Level 6 (Degree)—equivalent to a bachelor’s degree

Potential salary upon completion: £35,000 per annum

Find out more: www.apprenticeshipguide.co.uk