Nigerian professional estate surveyors and valuers have undergone a week long training in the United Kingdom (UK) for the purpose of continuous professional development (CPD).
The professionals, under the aegis of the College of Estate Management Reading Alumni Association of Nigeria (CEMRAAN), undertook the training to update their knowledge on best practices in estate surveying and valuation.
The founder of CEMRAAN, who is also the second Vice President, Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), Johnbull Amayaevbo, said the training would be an eye opener.
Amayaevbo also said the training was a continuation of one previously held in several states of Nigeria in December last year, in partnership with the University College of Estate Management, Reading, UK, and it was focused on international standards of valuation.
“I am confident that in this current training, a lot of professional knowledge will be impacted and a lot of modern techniques in valuation will be taught,” he said.
The College of Estate Management Reading Alumni Association of Nigeria (CEMRAAN) is an alumni association of students of University College of Estate Management, Reading, the UK, based in Nigeria.
Francis Arinze Iloani