RICS Accreditations

RICS encourages its members to gain accreditation in specialised areas of practice. Choosing a surveying firm that employees a member accredited in a specific surveying service gives you confidence that they are qualified in a given field.

  • Building Conservation Accreditation Scheme

    The Building Conservation Accreditation provides a register of experts with experience and knowledge in the field of conservation of historic buildings or sites.

  • Chartered Environmentalist Scheme

    CEnv is an independently regulated qualification that denotes a practitioner demonstrating competence within and a commitment to environmental best practice within their particular field of expertise.

  • ECO Assessor Certification

    The RICS ECO Assessor Certificate provides assurance that the chartered surveyor providing a report under the Energy Companies Obligation is appropriately qualified.

  • Expert Witness Accreditation Service

    RICS EWAS - UK is a voluntary scheme that sets the standards for chartered surveyors who act as expert witnesses.

  • Fixed Charge Receivership Scheme

    Established by RICS and the Insolvency Practitioners Association this scheme accredits professionals who carry out fixed charge or Law of Property Act receivership work to protect the interests of lenders, creditors or other shareholders.

  • Mediation Accreditation Scheme

    RICS holds a Register of Accredited Mediators. All Accredited Mediators included on the register will have successfully completed training with RICS or a training provider that meets the requirements of the Civil Mediation Council.

  • RICS Valuer Registration

    RICS Valuer Registration is an independent system of regulatory monitoring, which includes a register of valuers. Monitoring by RICS Regulation begins as soon as members sign up to Valuer Registration.

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