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RICS – APC MANDATORY COMPETENCIES Ramesh Palikila BTech , MRICS, ACIArb, MIS Acting Head of

RICS APC

MANDATORY

COMPETENCIES

RICS – APC MANDATORY COMPETENCIES Ramesh Palikila BTech , MRICS, ACIArb, MIS Acting Head of Construction
RICS – APC MANDATORY COMPETENCIES Ramesh Palikila BTech , MRICS, ACIArb, MIS Acting Head of Construction

Ramesh Palikila BTech , MRICS, ACIArb, MIS

Acting Head of Construction Procurement , Engineer’s Office , Dubai Director IIQS Global Professional Development

RICS- MENEA- QS& Construction Board Member

RICS- APC Trained Assessor and Panel Chairman

AGENDA

1.Mandatory

Competencies?

2.Over view

AGENDA  1.Mandatory Competencies?  2.Over view Study + Learning +Application +APC = MRICS

Study + Learning +Application +APC = MRICS

How To Choose Competencies - Read the Guides

How To Choose Competencies - Read the Guides
Self Assessment
Self
Assessment

Read all the

Competencies as

per RICS Guide &

Prepare as per

Reading List .

Interview Process

Interview Process Questions On CA 10 min Questions on 25 min Presentation on Critical Analysis 10
Interview Process Questions On CA 10 min Questions on 25 min Presentation on Critical Analysis 10

Questions

On

CA

10 min

Questions

on

25 min

Presentation

on Critical Analysis

10 min

Questions

On

CV/

PD/

RICS

15 min

Analysis 10 min Questions On CV/ PD/ RICS 15 min Competencies Play all stages with good
Analysis 10 min Questions On CV/ PD/ RICS 15 min Competencies Play all stages with good

Competencies

min Questions On CV/ PD/ RICS 15 min Competencies Play all stages with good performance ■
min Questions On CV/ PD/ RICS 15 min Competencies Play all stages with good performance ■

Play all stages with good performance

Chairman’s Welcome & introduction of the Panel

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3 min

Presentation on Critical Analysis (CA)

-10 min

Discussion on Presentation +Q&A on CA

-10 min

Questions on Optional & Core Competencies

-25 min

Questions on PD , CV & RICS Ethics

-

8 min

Close out of Interview

-

4 min

RICS Ethics - 8 min ■ Close out of Interview - 4 min YOUR SUBMISSIONS GIVES

YOUR SUBMISSIONS GIVES DIRECTION TO ASSESSOR

CHOSEN COMPETENCIES

CHOSEN COMPETENCIES MANDATORY COMPETENCIES : (Compulsory for all Candidates )  Conduct Rules , Ethics and

MANDATORY COMPETENCIES : (Compulsory for all Candidates )

Conduct Rules , Ethics and Professional Practice

MOO5 Level 3

Client’s care

MOO3 Level 2

Communication and Negotiation

MOO4 Level 2

Health and Safety

MOO8 Level 2

Accounting principles and procedures

MOO1 Level 1

Business Planning

MOO2 Level 1

Conflict avoidance and Dispute resolution

MOO6 Level 1

Data Management

MOO7 Level 1

Sustainability

MOO9 Level 1

Team working

MO1O Level 1

CORE COMPETENCIES : ( Based on Candidate’s experience )

Commercial Management of construction

TO1O

Level 3

Contract Practice

TO17

Level 3

Construction Technology and environmental services

TO13

Level 3

Procurement and tendering

TO62

Level 3

Project financial control and reporting

TO67

Level 3

Quantification and costing of Construction materials

TO74

Level 3

and costing of Construction materials TO74 Level 3 OPTIONAL COMPETENCIES : ( Example only .Candidate has

OPTIONAL COMPETENCIES : ( Example only .Candidate has to choose here as per his choice )

Contract Administration

Programming and Planning

TO16 Level 2 TO63 Level 2

MANDATORY COMPETENCIES

MANDATORY COMPETENCIES MANDATORY COMPETENCIES : (Compulsory for all Candidates )  1Conduct Rules , Ethics and

MANDATORY COMPETENCIES : (Compulsory for all Candidates )

1Conduct Rules , Ethics and Professional Practice

2Client’s care

3Communication and Negotiation

4Health and Safety

5Accounting principles and procedures

6Business Planning

7Conflict avoidance and Dispute resolution

8Data Management

9Sustainability

10Team working

MOO5 Level 3

MOO3 Level 2

MOO4 Level 2 MOO8 Level 2 MOO1 Level 1

MOO2 Level 1

MOO6 Level 1 MOO7 Level 1

MOO9 Level 1

MO1O Level 1

1 RICS Conduct Rules , Ethics and Professional Practice

MOO5 Level 3

Level 1 - 3:

Role, motto, function and significance of RICS

Society’s expectations from Professional practice

RICS Rules of Conduct and regulations

Professional indemnity insurance

Obligation to keep clients accounts

Lifelong learning

RICS magazine, faculties ,Journals &Hand Books

Ethics : 12Core values Changes to 5 Core Values

Level 3 :

Conflicts of interest and terms of engagement

Why professional institution has Rules of Conduct?

Practical experience, structured reading and CPD

Compliance, monitoring, disciplinary Procedures

Regulated by RICS

experience, structured reading and CPD  Compliance, monitoring, disciplinary Procedures  Regulated by RICS
experience, structured reading and CPD  Compliance, monitoring, disciplinary Procedures  Regulated by RICS

Why do I need to know anything about the Rules of Conduct, when I have no

direct experience or involvement?

2. Client’s care

MOO3 Level 2

Identifying clients, colleagues and third parties

Who are your clients and understand the behaviors of good clients

The systems and procedures for managing the client care

Complaints

Needs and wants of clients

The client is Sovereign

The customer is always right

Customer care Vs duty of care

Delivered the services with client care

 The customer is always right  Customer care Vs duty of care  Delivered the

3Communication and Negotiation MOO4 Level2

3Communication and Negotiation MOO4 Level2  Effective oral, written, graphic and presentation skills, methods and

Effective oral, written, graphic and presentation skills, methods and

techniques appropriate to specific situations

methods and techniques appropriate to specific situations - Critical Analysis & Presentation  Meetings,

-Critical Analysis & Presentation

Meetings, Negotiations & Managing people

Letters -written communications

Style and layout of the communication

Structure of the communication-‘Graphical’

Negotiation skills &Conflict avoidance

What lies behind successful negotiations and various approaches

Parameters and Objectives set in negotiations

Future relationship

4Health and Safety

MOO8 Level 2

Principles and responsibilities with regard to health and safety imposed by law

Codes of practice and other regulations

Practical application of health and safety

Health and safety issues relate to work on site

Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices

Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

Local regulations in UAE

Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act
Issues relating to the use of equipment, in offices  Health and Safety at Work Act

5Accounting principles & procedures MOO1 Level 1

Understanding fundamental accounting concepts Formats and preparation of management accounting

Company accounts, including profit and loss statements

Cash flow statements

Balance sheets

Financial Ratios

Company accounts, including profit and loss statements  Cash flow statements  Balance sheets  Financial
Company accounts, including profit and loss statements  Cash flow statements  Balance sheets  Financial

6 Business Planning

MOO2 Level 1

Knowledge and understanding of how business

management activities contribute to the achievement of

corporate objectives: Mission and Vision

Motivation, mission statements, strategy, organizational

structures, and so on

objectives: Mission and Vision  Motivation, mission statements, strategy, organizational structures, and so on
objectives: Mission and Vision  Motivation, mission statements, strategy, organizational structures, and so on
objectives: Mission and Vision  Motivation, mission statements, strategy, organizational structures, and so on

7Conflict avoidance and Dispute resolution MOO6 L1

Techniques for conflict avoidance, conflict

management and dispute resolution procedures, Adjudication and Arbitration

How to conduct negotiations, and also the various options available should

negotiations break down?

Working through mediation and conciliation, adjudication, arbitration, independent expert

determination, and, finally, litigation

Arbitrators / Independent Experts in

Commercial Property Reviews

expert determination, and, finally, litigation  Arbitrators / Independent Experts in Commercial Property Reviews
expert determination, and, finally, litigation  Arbitrators / Independent Experts in Commercial Property Reviews

8 Data Management

MOO7 Level 1

Understanding of the sources of

information of data

Data applicable to your area of practice

Methodologies and techniques most

appropriate to collect, collate and store

data

Particular IT developments in your area

Previous contracts or cost guides and

price books.

BCIS, SPON PRICE BOOKS,

DAVISLANGDON HAND BOOK etc.,.

 Previous contracts or cost guides and price books.  BCIS, SPON PRICE BOOKS, DAVISLANGDON HAND
 Previous contracts or cost guides and price books.  BCIS, SPON PRICE BOOKS, DAVISLANGDON HAND
 Previous contracts or cost guides and price books.  BCIS, SPON PRICE BOOKS, DAVISLANGDON HAND

9 Sustainability

MOO9 Level 1

Environmental issues

Global issues, such as climate change - Global warming

Environmental issues affect building

design, construction

Government initiatives, laws or

regulations

Environmental policies

Green credentials

Balance economics, environmental and social objectives at, local, national and

global levels, in the context of land,

property and the built environment.

social objectives at, local, national and global levels, in the context of land, property and the
social objectives at, local, national and global levels, in the context of land, property and the

10Team working

MO1O Level 1

Principles, behavior and dynamics of team-working

Understand the principles behind this Management teams: Why they succeed or fail

behind this  Management teams: Why they succeed or fail  Remember that the philosophies behind
behind this  Management teams: Why they succeed or fail  Remember that the philosophies behind

Remember that the philosophies behind the mandatory competencies, and the business skills inherent in them, will be encountered in every aspect of

your working life. It is for this reason that they are mandatory.

READERS ARE MORE. THINKERS ARE RARE
READERS ARE MORE. THINKERS ARE RARE
READERS ARE MORE. THINKERS ARE RARE
READERS ARE MORE. THINKERS ARE RARE
READERS ARE MORE. THINKERS ARE RARE

READERS ARE MORE.

THINKERS ARE RARE

SUCCESS REQUIREMENTS

Right balance of

SUCCESS REQUIREMENTS Right balance of

KEY ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS

Key concepts and documents:

You will note that there is most importantly a focus on testing that you are aware of and intend to act in accordance with RICS Rules of Conduct and that you understand the importance of ethics and professional practice matters.

The depth and breadth of training

The quality of the documents and written reports

Your presentation at the interview

Last Suggestion for Competencies

The number of days taken to reach the appropriate level will be dependent upon a combination of the following factors:

Have you had any previous experience?

Your aptitude and speed of learning in the competency

The quality of the training and experience.

So, friends PREPARE, PREPARE , PREPARE ,PREPARE, PREPARE .,……………………

SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS & FILL GAPS FOR GOOD PERFORMANCE

MORAL : PREPARE FOR FIRST & LAST TIME

MORAL : PREPARE FOR FIRST & LAST TIME
MORAL : PREPARE FOR FIRST & LAST TIME
MORAL : PREPARE FOR FIRST & LAST TIME