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About RRGS BANDARA
Senior Lecturer, Project Manager,Engineer,Quantity Surveyor
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Skills to be required for a professional Quantity Surveyor
Methodical and analytical thinking as will as practical and logical reasoning skills
Problem solving skills with a creative approach
Skill related to mathematics and financial management
Concise writing skills to produce reports on complex information * Thorough knowledge and understanding of building and construction codes, regulations, etc
have enough hands on, work experience
Formal education is important, but being able to demonstrate that you have a relevant understanding of building and construction can go a long way
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Continuing professional development is almost the norm in today's business world.
The RICS offers a lifelong learning programme that will allow you to record and mark any professional developments that you have made over the years.
Programs designed to promote learning in an open atmosphere, as well as provide a space for private study
RICS has also established conferences and events that quantity surveyors can attend to learn more
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