THIS month saw a quartet of graduate surveyors from Shepherd pass their final Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) and be elevated to MRICS status.
The surveyors who passed their final APCs are: residential surveyor Charles Cordiner, from Shepherd’s Galashiels office; residential surveyor Chris Hunter, from its Edinburgh office; Kristofor Hall, residential surveyor from the Glasgow South office and commercial surveyor James Morrison from the Aberdeen office.
Adrian Stott, an assessor and partner at Shepherd, said: “These surveyors are the end product of our continuous programme of investing in graduate surveyors, training them and putting them through their professional qualifications.
“Our clients will now benefit from their expertise throughout the years ahead as they embark on the next stage of their careers in the surveying profession.”
Shepherd has a well-established programme of investment in training new graduate surveyors.
As well as partner Adrian Stott’s additional roles as assessor, chairman of assessors and auditor of assessors with overall responsibility for APC training, fellow Shepherd partner Ewen Sparks and associates William Laidlaw, Richard Blanski, Jamie Savage and Andrew Sykes act as APC assessors, demonstrating the firm’s unparalleled commitment to the APC process and ability to provide candidates with all the information, advice and assistance they need to help them through their APCs.
For further information please contact Adrian Stott at Shepherd tel 0131 653 3456
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Date 9th December 11.
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