“The education and encouragement I received from the School has certainly played a huge role in shaping the architect I am today.”
Gary Inglis Architect
Architecture, Construction & Surveying: Professional Development
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provides the opportunity to study for a qualification through part-time, distance learning and short courses while remaining in employment. Our courses and modules will improve your strengths and abilities and give you a better understanding of the subject discipline.
- Customised learning and development courses
- Competency Framework Analysis, which focuses on organisations' competencies and learning & development requirements
- Industry-relevant, accredited postgraduate programmes
- Research expertise and consultancy
Our Key Areas of Expertise:
- Construction Project Management
- Cost Engineering
- Design Management
- Property Development
Our School enjoys long-standing accreditations from the key design and construction professional bodies. Our course accreditations include:
- The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
- The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
- The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)
- The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS)
For further information, please contact Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phoning the School on 01224 263700.
Courses labelled Professional Development@RGU are delivered online.
This module will provide an overall understanding of the UK and international oil and gas and emerging renewable sectors including market landscape, legislative framework, contractual arrangements and associated risks and behavioural shifts.
This module will develop your ability to analyse contractual arrangements in relation to legal requirements, risk allocation and dispute resolution.
This module will provide an overview of core business skills pertinent to the management of commercial practice within the energy sectors and critically appraise alternative approaches and practices.
This module will provide the practical skills to critically assess, within a problem solving environment, the processes and strategies undertaken by project managers to define, plan, control and deliver project requirements.
Through this module you will gain an overview and critical understanding of the issues and challenges involved in developing and enhancing the built environment with responsibility to the local and global environment, society and communities.