We're delighted to announce that six members of staff have recently passed their Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).
We're delighted to announce that six members of staff have recently passed their Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) to achieve member status of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and authority to use the post-nominal MRICS.
John Adamson, Matt Griffiths and Mo Rfidah from our Maidenhead office have all passed their APC, along with James Freeth, Carlos Gonzalez and Lewis McKenzie from our London office.
The APC is a challenging assessment, with the highest levels of commitment and professional competence required. MRICS status is a highly respected quality standard, recognised around the world. Member status conveys a level of globally-recognised ethical and professional proficiency that provides clients and colleagues alike with confidence in an individual's ability.
Congratulations to all six individuals on their distinguished achievement and for all the hard work and dedication that made it possible.
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