Sunday, July 21, 2024

Mather Jamie graduate achieves Chartered Surveyor status

Mather Jamie’s Fraser Hearfield has achieved the status of Chartered Surveyor after successfully passing the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).

Fraser joined the business’s commercial team in July 2023, bringing with him valuable experience from his previous tenure. In his role at Mather Jamie, Fraser is involved in transactional agency instructions spanning industrial, office, retail, and investment sectors across Leicestershire. As well as undertaking professional work including rent reviews and lease renewals.

Robert Cole, Managing Director of Mather Jamie, said: “Fraser’s journey to becoming a Chartered Surveyor is a testament to his unwavering commitment. The APC is a tough process, and I am delighted his hard work and determination has paid off with a first time pass. At Mather Jamie, we take pride in nurturing talent, and Fraser’s accomplishment underscores our dedication to supporting young surveyors in their professional growth.”

The APC is a formal assessment, following a two year on the job training period to ensure surveyors have the professional competence required to achieve chartership. The final assessment includes a written submission, a case study and an intensive interview.

Mather Jamie has a strong track record of guiding candidates through this demanding process, recognising the importance of investing in the development of future surveying professionals for the continued success of the business.

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