CABE accredits Sava’s Diploma in Residential Surveying
16 July 2020
Posted by: Leanne Sparkes
Following a comprehensive accreditation process, Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) pleased to accredit Sava’s Diploma in Residential Surveying.
During the accreditation meetings it was noted that:
• Sava’s excellent course material was clearly laid out and easy to follow
• the approach to the practical assessments, was engaging, challenging, rigorous and most importantly very relevant, giving learners the ideal preparation for a career in residential surveying.
The Level 6 Diploma allows learners from all ages and backgrounds, who are working full time, to achieve the required qualification to pursue a career in residential surveying. During the accreditation process it was discovered that the Diploma’s learning outcomes were aligned with CABE’s competencies for Associate Member (outlined in the CABE competency frameworks), and on completion of the diploma successful learners will now be able to apply for entry as an Associate Member* of CABE, one of the first steps on the route to Chartered Membership.
Hilary Grayson, Sava’s Director of Surveying Services commented:
“We are pleased to be working with CABE to offer more people the opportunity to access exciting careers in the Built Environment. We know from our work with RICS and residential valuation firms that the vocational training model we offer really works to unlock talent and give people real opportunities to flourish in their careers. So, to be able to work with another professional body benefits more people and businesses.”
At CABE we understand the importance of making sure that students are learning the right skills and knowledge to enable them to start out on their career. John Barfoot, Learning, Education and Academic Director at CABE, commented “by working alongside Academic Partners like Sava we can help create courses that are relevant to the industry and help Building Engineers develop a career in the Built Environment.”
*Associate Membership Competency criteria needs to be met.