How to become a Valuer?
There are many ways to become a Valuer. Traditionally, most people would study a land management degree and enter the industry following graduation. However, there are several people who have become Valuers later in their careers following a distance learning or postgraduate courses. Furthermore, there are apprenticeship opportunities which are becoming increasingly popular (read our case study).
This roadmap shows some of the common routes into the profession.
3/4 years with possible sandwich year
1 year (or more if part time)
5 years, whilst working with a practice/organisation