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Reading alumni begin estate surveyors training in UK


The College of Estate Management Reading Alumni Association of Nigeria (CEMRAAN) has commenced a one-week training of professional estate surveyors in the United Kingdom (UK) to boost their development in line with global best practices.

The Continuous Professional Development training (CPD) held at the University College of Estate Management, Reading, UK was targeted at updating the Nigerian professional estate surveyors and valuers on global standard practices in surveying and valuation.Founder of CEMRAAN, who doubles as the second Vice President, Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), Johnbull Amayaevbo described the training as an eye opener.

According to him, the training is in line with global standard practices and will centre on valuation of transportation infrastructure like roads, bridges, aircraft, ships/vessels, train/rail track, oil/gas pipelines as well as oil wells/other minerals and how to handle environmental oil spillage valuations. He said the training is a continuation of a previous event held in several states in December last year, in partnership with the University College of Estate Management, Reading, UK, and it was focused on International Standards of Valuations. Amayaevbo expressed confidence that a lot of professional knowledge and modern techniques in valuation will be impacted during the programme. CEMRAAN is an alumni association of students of University College of Estate Management, Reading, UK, based in Nigeria.

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