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RICS Chartered Quantity Surveyor by Mind Map: RICS Chartered Quantity Surveyor

1. QS Pathway Guide

2. Quantity Surveyor and Construction ISURV User name: [email protected] Password: iSurv20

3. (Section A ) Mandatory competencies: (10 Competencies at varying levels 1 to 3)

3.1. Level 3 Ethics, Rules of Conduct and professionalism

3.1.1. Level 1

3.1.1.1. Study checklist

3.1.2. Level 2

3.1.3. Level 3

3.2. Level 2 Client care

3.2.1. Level 1

3.2.1.1. Study checklist

3.2.2. Level 2

3.2.3. Level 3

3.3. Level 2 Communication and negotiation

3.3.1. Level 1

3.3.1.1. Study checklist

3.3.2. Level 2

3.3.3. Level 3

3.4. Level 2 Health and Safety

3.4.1. Level 1

3.4.1.1. Study checklist

3.4.2. Level 2

3.4.3. Level 3

3.5. Level 1 Accounting principles and procedures

3.5.1. Level 1

3.5.1.1. Study checklist

3.5.2. Level 2

3.5.3. Level 3

3.6. Level 1 Business planning

3.6.1. Level 1

3.6.1.1. Study checklist

3.6.2. Level 2

3.6.3. Level 3

3.7. Level 1 Conflict avoidance, management and dispute resolution procedures

3.7.1. Level 1

3.7.1.1. Study checklist

3.7.2. Level 2

3.7.3. Level 3

3.8. Level 1 Diversity, inclusion and teamworking

3.8.1. Level 1

3.8.1.1. Balfour Beatty Engineer role

3.8.1.2. Project manager role

3.8.1.3. Study checklist

3.8.2. Level 2

3.8.3. Level 3

3.9. Level 1 Sustainability

3.9.1. Level 1

3.9.1.1. Study checklist

3.9.2. Level 2

3.9.3. Level 3

3.10. Level 1 Data management

3.10.1. Level 1

3.10.1.1. Study checklist

3.10.2. Level 2

3.10.3. Level 3

4. (Section B ) Core Competencies: primary skills of your chosen APC pathway. (6 competencies at Level 3).

4.1. Level 3 Commercial management (of construction works

4.1.1. Level 1

4.1.1.1. Allowance

4.1.1.2. Commercial management of contracts (For surveyors working in a commercial or contracting environment. This might also apply to surveyors working in management contracting and construction management)

4.1.1.2.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.1.1.2.2. Level 2 Doing

4.1.1.2.3. Level 3 Advising

4.1.1.3. Check List

4.1.2. Level 2

4.1.3. Level 3

4.2. Level 3 Construction technology and environmental services

4.2.1. Level 1

4.2.1.1. Construction technology

4.2.1.1.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.2.1.1.2. Level 2 Doing

4.2.1.1.3. Level 3 Advising

4.2.1.2. Check List

4.2.2. Level 2

4.2.3. Level 3

4.3. Level 3 Contract practice

4.3.1. Level 1

4.3.1.1. contract law of principle

4.3.1.2. Contract selection

4.3.1.2.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.3.1.2.2. Level 2 Doing

4.3.1.2.3. Level 3 Advising

4.3.1.3. Post contract cost control (For surveyors working in a consulting environment in either the public or private sector)

4.3.1.3.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.3.1.3.2. Level 2 Doing

4.3.1.3.3. Level 3 Advising

4.3.1.4. Contract procedures

4.3.1.4.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.3.1.4.2. Level 2 Doing

4.3.1.4.3. Level 3 Advising

4.3.1.5. Commercial management of contracts (For surveyors working in a commercial or contracting environment. This might also apply to surveyors working in management contracting and construction management)

4.3.1.5.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.3.1.5.2. Level 2 Doing

4.3.1.5.3. Level 3 Advising

4.3.1.6. Check List

4.3.2. Level 2

4.3.3. Level 3

4.4. Level 3 Procurement and tendering

4.4.1. Level 1

4.4.1.1. Procurement

4.4.1.1.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.4.1.1.2. Level 2 Doing

4.4.1.1.3. Level 3 Advising

4.4.1.2. Tendering

4.4.1.2.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.4.1.2.2. Level 2 Doing

4.4.1.2.3. Level 3 Advising

4.4.1.3. Contract selection

4.4.1.3.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.4.1.3.2. Level 2 Doing

4.4.1.3.3. Level 3 Advising

4.4.1.4. Check List

4.4.2. Level 2

4.4.3. Level 3

4.5. Level 3 Project finance (control and reporting)

4.5.1. Level 1

4.5.1.1. Post contract cost control (For surveyors working in a consulting environment in either the public or private sector)

4.5.1.1.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.5.1.1.2. Level 2 Doing

4.5.1.1.3. Level 3 Advising

4.5.1.2. Check List

4.5.2. Level 2

4.5.3. Level 3

4.5.4. Financial Analysis - Overview, Guide, Types of Financial Analysis

4.6. Level 3 Quantification and costing (of construction works)

4.6.1. Level 1

4.6.1.1. Estimating

4.6.1.1.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.6.1.1.2. Level 2 Doing

4.6.1.1.3. Level 3 Advising

4.6.1.2. Cost Planning

4.6.1.2.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.6.1.2.2. Level Doing

4.6.1.2.3. Level 3 Advising

4.6.1.3. Post contract cost control (For surveyors working in a consulting environment in either the public or private sector)

4.6.1.3.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.6.1.3.2. Level 2 Doing

4.6.1.3.3. Level 3 Advising

4.6.1.4. Quantification of works

4.6.1.4.1. Level 1 Knowing

4.6.1.4.2. Level 2 Doing

4.6.1.4.3. Level 3 Advising

4.6.1.5. Check List

4.6.2. Level 2

4.6.3. Level 3

5. (Section C ) Optional competencies: (2 from 12 competencies @ Level 2).

5.1. Level 2 Capital allowance

5.1.1. Level 1

5.1.1.1. Study check list

5.1.2. Level 2

5.1.3. Level 3

5.2. Level 2 Commercial management (of construction works) or Design economics and cost planning (whichever is not selected as core competency)

5.2.1. Level 1

5.2.2. Level 2

5.2.3. Level 3

5.3. Level 2 Conflict avoidance, management and dispute resolution procedures

5.3.1. Level 1

5.3.1.1. Study check list

5.3.1.2. Study check list 2

5.3.2. Level 2

5.3.3. Level 3

5.4. Level 2 Contract administration

5.4.1. Level 1

5.4.1.1. Study check list

5.4.1.2. Study check list 2

5.4.2. Level 2

5.4.3. Level 3

5.5. Level 2 Corporate recovery and insolvency

5.5.1. Level 1

5.5.2. Level 2

5.5.3. Level 3

5.6. Level 2 Due diligence

5.6.1. Level 1

5.6.2. Level 2

5.6.3. Level 3

5.7. Level 2 Insurance

5.7.1. Level 1

5.7.1.1. Study Check List

5.7.2. Level 2

5.7.3. Level 3

5.8. Level 2 Programming and planning

5.8.1. Level 1

5.8.1.1. Study Check list

5.8.1.2. Study Check List 2

5.8.2. Level 2

5.8.3. Level 3

5.9. Level 2 Project feasibility analysis

5.9.1. Level 1

5.9.2. Level 2

5.9.3. Level 3

5.10. Level 2 Risk management

5.10.1. Level 1

5.10.1.1. Study check list

5.10.1.2. Study Check List 2

5.10.2. Level 2

5.10.3. Level 3

5.11. Level 2 Design economics and cost planning

5.11.1. Level 1

5.11.2. Level 2

5.11.3. Level 3

5.12. Level 2 Sustainability

5.12.1. Level 1

5.12.2. Level 2

5.12.3. Level 3

6. Senior professional assessment to Level 2 (Mandatory for Senior Professional candidates only) • Leadership • Managing people • Managing resources (excluding human resources)

6.1. Leadership

6.1.1. Level 1

6.1.2. Level 2

6.1.3. Level 3

6.2. Managing people

6.2.1. Level 1

6.2.2. Level 2

6.2.3. Level 3

6.3. Managing resources (excluding human resources)

6.3.1. Level 1

6.3.2. Level 2

6.3.3. Level 3

7. to do 2.1 ) to find The people involved RICS Assessed Professional Competence (APC)

8. to do 2.4 ) no to prepare Case Study Proposal (3,000 word and 10 min presentation)

9. to do 2.2 ) to prepare Summary of experience (1,500 words for the mandatory competencies and 3000-4000 words for technical competencies 150-200 words per level, per competecny)

10. To do 1 ) to plan your APC schedule

11. to do no 4 to arrange Balfour Beatty The Mock Final Assessment Interview

12. to do Final Assessment Interview

13. to do 2.3 ) to Summary your day to day Diary

14. Routes for Accredited BSc Degree to be MRICS

15. Level 1 - Knowledge and Understanding

16. Level 2 - Application of Knowledge and Understanding

17. Level 3 - Reasoned advice and depth of knowledge

18. to do 3 ) to attend Continuing Professional Development

19. to do 4 ) to achieve level 3 of Ethics module

20. John PDR

20.1. Can I using RICS rather than CEMAR

21. 1) 60000 = 2800 = 3000 2) 62000 = 2900 = 3100 3) 64000 = 3000 = 3200 4) 66000 = 3100 = 3300 5) 68000 = 3200 = 3400 6) 70000 = 3300 = 3500 7) 72000 = 3400 = 3600 8) 74000 = 3500 = 3700 9) 76400 = 3600 = 3800 10) 78400 = 3700 = 3900 28) 80400 = 3800 = 4000 28) 83000 = 3900 = 4150 28) 85000 = 3990 = 4250

22. RICS Ethics to work

22.1. case 1

22.2. Case 2

22.3. Case 3

22.4. Case 4

22.5. Case 5

23. RICS Diary

23.1. Measurement and BoQ