Date: Saturday 3 December 2016
Time: 14:00 to 18:00 (Registration starts at 13:45)
Venue: Room 3707, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Fee: $1,800 (RICS member/ APC trainee); $2,300 (non-member)
Early bird discount (delegates registered before 19 November 2016 are entitled to this discount):
HK$1,600(Member/ APC trainee) ; HK$2,000 (non-member)
CPD hour: 4 hours
Capacity: 36 (first-come, first-served)
Mr Gary M K Yeung, BSc(Hon), LLB, MBA, FRICS, FHKIS, F.PFM, MCIOB, ACIArb, RICS APC Assessor, General Manager – Property Management, Shui On Properties Management Limited
The final assessment is made up of a written submission and a professional interview. It is the final step before becoming a full RICS Member, and the culmination of all your hard work gaining experience and achieving the competencies. With the right preparation you should be able to complete all areas confidently rather than with trepidation.
In February 2015, changes were made to the templates and the contents of the submission for membership, and these will affect those registered on the new approach to membership. This course will cover everything that you need to know about the final assessment, how it runs and what is expected of you. By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
• Understand and articulate the structure of the final assessment
• Describe how the assessors make their decisions
• Understand how to demonstrate that you have achieved the required competences at the right level
• Identify the different types of question and how to prepare answers for them
The course will consist of the following elements:
• Preparing for the final assessment
• The roles of the assessors and how they make their assessment
• The structure of the final assessment and how the time period is broken up into defined sections
• What each section covers and how the candidate can make the best of every section
• The link between the case study, the presentation and the final assessment
• What makes a good presentation?
• Understanding, managing and answering questions
• Useful hints and tips on ensuring the candidate clearly demonstrates their competency in all the
• The importance of RICS ethics and rules of conduct
About the trainer
Having worked in the real estate industry for more than 30 years in areas of property management,
maintenance, building surveying and project management in various organizations, Gary is currently the
General Manager of Shui On Properties Management Limited. He has served on the Councils of Hong
Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS), Surveyors Registration Board (SRB), Hong Kong Institute of Facility
Management (HKIFM) and Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies (HKAPMC) for
some years, and is currently the Vice President of HKAPMC and HKIFM, and was Honorary Treasurer of
SRB (2012-2015), Honorary Treasurer of HKIS (2011-2013) and the Chairman (2009-2011) of HKIS
Deadline for registration: Thursday 1 December 2016, 6pm
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Our members are recognised by the designation after their name: MRICS (Member), FRICS (Fellow) and AssocRICS (Associate).
Members with the designation MRICS or FRICS are known as chartered surveyors.
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