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Education & Training from QSi


Education & Training from QSi


Nelson Mandela said “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world”. At Quantity Surveyors International we fully endorse this philosophy. It’s not about where you currently stand in your personal education journey ... it’s about where you will be in the future and how QSi can support you to reach your goals. Whether it’s a route to professional body membership, updating your annual CPD or training to reach the next level on your career path, QSi, in partnership with other organisations, is here to help.

Modes of delivery

Whilst many QSi courses are delivered online, we also have a rich heritage of delivering in-company bespoke courses tailored to meet with your specific organisational needs. This may include subject matter from ‘back-to-basics’ through to specialist management and leadership training. All courses are accredited by QSi and all our tutors and materials are internally moderated before delivery. QSi also host 1 day CPD courses and short breakfast seminars, so please watch the main news and events page for further information.

Qualified Course leaders

All QSi courses have been through our rigorous internal QAA standards and are delivered by industry practitioners with a minimum of 20 years’ experience within the sector. The team is appropriately supported by FQSi academic led professionals and this ensures that when you achieve the final QSi completion certificate, you can be confident that the learning you have undertaken is first class.

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University and College Courses Accredited by QSi

University/CollegeDateDurationCourses accredited
QSi in collaboration with University of WolverhamptonOctober 20212 years part-time onlineQuality Control Management Foundation (Credits)
Chartered Institute of BuildingOctober 20219 months QSi is a certified provider of the CIOB Chartered Membership Programme. Courses are run annually and distance learning options are available. Email for full details.
University of Wolverhampton1 January 20156 yearsBSc(Hons) Quantity Surveying
University of Wolverhampton1 January 20156 yearsBSc(Hons) Construction Management
University of Wolverhampton1 January 20156 years Foundation Degree Construction Management
Hewitt Consultancy12 April 20175 yearsClaims Class: Construction Claims - Intermediate E-Course

QSi Accredited Short Courses

CourseDateDurationInformationMode of deliveryFees
CIOB CMP1 September 20188

CPD Events

SubjectDate & LocationInformationLink
NEC4 ECC Programme: Clarity or ConfusionWebinar - 4 November 2021The seminar will explore the practical application of the NEC4 ECC programme and its interaction with compensation events. A well-managed programme provides clarity to entitlement for time and money if it properly administered by both the Contractor and the Project Manager working collaboratively. The importance of issues such as establishing the dividing date, planned Completion, Completion Date and associated time-related charges will be illustrated through case study examples. Link
Preventing Dispute from the OutsetWebinar - 30 September 2021 A significant number of time-consuming and costly disputes within the construction industry may be avoided if matters are managed correctly at the very beginning of the project and even before the construction contract is entered into. This webinar examines frequently made mistakes and explores ways in which good contracts management from the outset can prevent disputes occurring through the project’s life. Bookings and Enquiries: To reserve places for yourself and your colleagues at this free event, please email
CATO Estimating Software DemonstrationWebinar - 11 September 2020 Link
NRM - An overview3 October 2019An overview of the New Rules of MeasurementLink
NRM130 April 2019 - Wolverhampton Science ParkWith the introduction of NRM1, Cost Estimating and Cost Planning require a more formal approach to enable the client to appreciate the overall budget for their development. The presentation will review the requirements of NRM1 for Cost Estimating and ECP for budget reporting to the client. A worked example of a spreadsheet to automate the 3 required cost plans (Now/Tender/Construction) required at each of the 3 Formal Cost Plan reporting stages will be included.Link
A CPD Day for Quantity Surveyors2 May 2019 - Haydock Park RacecourseA day of varied topics of interest to all those involved in quantity surveying and associated professions. Topics include: Adjudication, NEC4 ECC v JCT SBC 16: Structure and Communication, Dilapidations, NEC4 ECC v JCT SBC 16: Assessing and Valuing Change, Getting Paid: The Latest Position, Working at Height, Design Liability. For further information or to reserve a place go to or email events@theqsi.comLink