TRAINING

If you’re a Quantity Surveyor and want to brush up on some real world training, we offer bespoke training packages for Quantity Surveyors with all levels of experience. We will design a bespoke course for you or your colleagues which will cover all the essential topics in relation to Quantity Surveying. The topics will be broken down into bitesize pieces to make each topic easy to understand and digest. Although each course is bespoke we can cover all of the following topics: 

 

  • Measuring construction work.

  • How to arrange and complete valuations, final accounts and interim payments.

  • Forming estimating and tendering documents, as well as, contract documentation and understanding procurement methods. 

  • Cost-value Reconciliation.

  • Assessing contractual entitlement and claims.

 

We have a hands-on approach to training, our topics will encompass all work-based skills that relate to working as a QS in the real world and you will be working on real case studies. You will be trained by a highly qualified QS with years of experience in the field, you name it, they've seen it! 

 

We aim to provide trainees with ample knowledge and understanding of core skills and the confidence to perform all functions of a quantity surveyor to a high standard. 

 

Who would suit this courses?

 

Quantity Surveyors currently working in the construction or civil engineering. 

 

Duration of our courses: 

 

Depending on the subjects covered, our courses last from 1 day to 5 days. 

 

Price: 

 

Due to the bespoke nature of our courses, prices will be determined after an initial consultation.

 

If you're interested in our training courses please contact us on 01342 821965 or office@greensurveying.com

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Green Surveying is a Chartered Surveying practice regulated by the Royal institution of Chartered Surveyors 

 

We hold all necessary Public, Professional and Employers Liability Insurance

and can provide Certificates and schedules upon request.

 

2013

Established

65

Projects 

£454m

Contracts