Education snag swept under rug

April 2004
EG: Estates Gazette;4/3/2004, Issue 414, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on the advice of the education and membership policy committee (EMPC) of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor (RICS) to the governing council to back down the pursuance of the compulsory certificate in management studies in Great Britain. Plan of the RICS for the business-related continuing professional development of all their members; Arguments against the proposals of the RICS; Conclusion of the EMPC on the proposal.


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