5 years (part-time)
Harper Adams University campus (block release) and work based modules
The industry has an increasing need for suitably qualified people in many different landbased sectors. We can develop your professionals to manage these complex assets to meet RICS professional standards that will guarantee the quality and ethics of their service.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will achieve a BSc (Hons) Rural Enterprise and Land Management degree and then progress to the APC for full Chartered Membership of the RICS as part of the End Point Assessment.
This apprenticeship follows the Chartered Surveyor standard.
The entry requirement for the degree apprenticeship will typically be a minimum of three A levels at Grade C or higher, their equivalent (in UCAS points) or a Level 3 apprenticeship in a construction or property related discipline. Current employees who already have experience in the industry, who would like to become an apprentice, can discuss enrolment with our team of specialists who will advise. Apprentices must have the right to work in England.
Apprentices without GCSE English and Maths (A*-C or 9 - 4) or equivalent will need to achieve this level prior to enrolment. This can be funded separately and taken at a local college or provider.
Chartered Surveyors may work for the public or private sector and could be involved in a wide range of specialised rural projects. These may include high value machinery auctions, large construction projects, land sales, change of property use negotiations, asset valuations, tidal defence projects, valuation advice in relation to a range of land and property types, management of large rural estates, representing clients affected by major infrastructure projects, delivering farm business advice, providing legal advice to land owners and assessing the impact of capital taxation on land and property assets.