top of page
Strip backgrouynd showing a desk with paper, pen and coffee cup

Blog

Video Blog - What will my RICS APC interview be like?



Building a Better You


Property Elite’s sole aim is to build better property professionals - supporting your career every step of the way, whether you are an AssocRICS or RICS APC candidate or a MRICS or FRICS Chartered Surveyor simply seeking engaging CPD.

We provide a wide range of training and support, so why not find out more on our website about how we might be able to support you? We work with candidates across all RICS APC and AssocRICS pathways, routes to assessment and geographic regions.


Don’t forget to sign up online for your free 15 minute AssocRICS or RICS APC consultation, including a review of your referral report if you have been referred. You can also book your bespoke training or support services directly through our eShop.



Not sure about signing up? Make sure you read what our recent successful candidates have to say in our Testimonials.


 

What is this week's video blog about?

 

In this week’s video blog, Rachel Saint DipSURV MRICS (Partner at Property Elite) and Michelle Parkes BSc (Hons) MRICS (Consultant at Property Elite and Chartered Surveyor at Network Rail) discuss what you might expect your RICS APC final assessment interview to be like.


They are both very experienced RICS APC assessors, with experience of chairing and of various APC routes, including structured training, preliminary review, senior professional assessment (SPA) and specialist.

 

 

How can we help?




  • Head to our blog archive to access even more free CPD and AssocRICS and RICS APC training and support.

  • Download your free AssocRICS and RICS APC resources, including e-books and revision quizzes.

  • Find out more about our bespoke AssocRICS and RICS APC training and support, before booking your free 15 minute consultation.



  • Not sure about signing up? Make sure you read what our recent successful candidates have to say in our Testimonials.


 

Stay tuned for our next blog post to help build a better you.


N.b. Nothing in this article constitutes legal, professional or financial advice.


Comments


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page