Research from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) shows Ireland is facing a serious and sustained shortage of chartered surveyors. As the economy continues to improve and the construction and property industry picks up pace, it’s a shortage that will see surveyors in increasing demand.
The Dublin Institute of Technology held its Graduation Ceremony on Saturday 25th February 2017 in St Patricks Cathedral Dublin. Amongst those receiving awards were graduates from the Society of Chartered Surveyors / Dublin Institute of Technology partnership programmes.
The Society is delighted to provide members with the opportunity to expand your learning and up-skill in respect of property specialisms and to acquire additional accredited certificates which, when combined with your existing third level qualifications, may fulfil the academic requirements of obtaining a State licence to practice as a Property Services Provider (PSP).
TY Surveying Week 2017 is an initiative of SCSI and DIT, supported by various industry partners. The aim of this week long programme is to introduce Transition Year Students to the Quantity Surveying, Property Surveying and Geospatial Sciences professions.
Recent graduates pictured at the DIT Conferring Ceremony 15th October 2016 , have successfully completed a 4 year, Property and Facility Management part-time programme jointly delivered by Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and the Dublin Institute of Technology.