CPD & Networking Options

The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors is committed to providing members with a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) options as well as opportunities to network with colleagues and broader construction industry professionals.

     

Face-to-Face Seminars

Hosted by the Chapters & Divisions, these sessions focus on topical issues in your local area. Keep an eye on the Upcoming Events as these are updated regularly.

     
     

Webinars & Webinar Recordings

Scheduled monthly, these webinars feature local and international experts. If you cannot make or miss the live session, a recording option is also available.

     
     

AIQS Academy

An on demand, online training option with over 90 topics available. Complete topics at your own pace, and they can be accessed anywhere/anytime with an internet connection.

     
     

Social Events

Hosted by the Chapters & Divisions, these events provide you with an opportunity to network with industry colleagues and fellow members. Keep an eye on the Upcoming Events for events in your local area.

     

  

 

Company Training

Are you looking for ways to upskill and provide professional development options to your team? AIQS can provide solutions to develop your training program. Contact us on the details below to discuss your requirements;

Lani Kirby

Education & Events Manager

T: +61 2 8234 4002

E:lkirby@aiqs.com.au

 

Popular Topics

Available on the AIQS Academy;

  • Claims & Dispute Resolution
  • Strategic Planning
  • Budgetary Process
  • Cost Estimating
  • Cost Planning
  • General Procurement Advice
  • Measurement of Building Works
  • Specialisation
  • Tender Process
  • Account Management
  • Construction Change Management
  • Financial Audit
  • Ethics & Standards
  • Construction Technology            
  • Business Essentials
  • Energy Efficiency Topics

 

Available as a webinar;

  •  Communication & Engagement Skills
  •  Subcontractor Comparison Systems
  •  Tax Depreciation (Webinar scheduled early 2017)