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Property management and building services

With four decades worth of industry experience and more than 20 years involved with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) , Geoff Prudence has plenty of information to give to those looking to pursue a career in facilities management.  more

Countryside Management

Q. What qualifications route did you take to realise your career in countryside management? I initially studied Environmental Studies at GCSE level (at evening class) before progressing onto full time courses at National Diploma level and then onto a degree in more

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Letting and Management (includes La...

Next start: 12th Jul 2015

Price: £150.00 £120.00

Where: London

This course covers a wide range of topics and situations, providing a good opportunity to check up on legal procedures and practices within...

An introduction to Residential Lett...

Next start: 12th Jul 2015

Price: £150.00 £120.00

Where: London

This course provides a complete explanation of the role of the agent in relation to landlords and tenants, setting up tenancies correctly, legal...

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Awarding organisations

  • National Federation of Property Professionals
  • The National Federation of Property Professionals (NFoPP) is one of the UK’s few awarding bodies that focus on the property profession.  It is recognised by Ofqual as a standard independent body. The National Federation of Property Professionals works with the Sector Skills Council, Asset Skills, to make sure that the National Occupational Standards are met. It is committed to improving the standards within the profession through its recognised qualifications, available at various levels. NFoPP’s qualifications are also highly valued by other professional organisations and employers. 

Related careers: Planning Development Surveyor

Planning and development surveyors are concerned with devising and managing development strategies for projects, for example: the regeneration of run-down derelict estates; the redevelopment of brownfield (former industrial) sites for commercial or leisure use; and house building or property conservation in rural and urban areas. They are involved at each stage of a project from initial site assessments through to completion. Initially, surveyors carry out feasibility studies, gathering data from a variety of sources, including land and property records, to judge the viability of...more