Revision Masterclasses...
APC Revision Masterclasses - Mandatory, Technical and Process topics

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  • Everything now, please!

Online live or recorded.  Work / learn / revise at your pace

with all Masterclasses being facilitated by Jon Lever FRICS

 

17 Masterclasses covering:

  • APC Process

  • APC Mandatory Competency

  • Plus some bonus 'interactive' online live workshops

Why do we provide Revision Masterclasses?

  • Jon Lever FRICS had been active in the APC for over 25 years
    and facilitating online Masterclass events for over 15 years

  • Jon is uniquely placed with over 25 years experience in APC
    and his p
    rofessional approach in delivering events online is
    tried and tested

  • He has supported tens of 1000's of APC candidates, around
    the world and we always have a f
    antastic response from everyone who connects with us as we continually innovate and develop our portfolio of topics

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Subscription Options

We have created some new options for you to dip into our APC Masterclasses at the level you want to, whether just a one-off, some or all of them...
1. One-off Live Masterclass £29
Just attend a live one, you choose
2. One-off + Recording (30 days) £35
Attend a live one and revisit the recording for 30 days

3. Monthly + Recordings £99
A
ttend four live masterclasses per month and revisit for 30 days
4. Everything NOW £350
All 18 masterclasses recording archive accessible now, plus attend the live programme and we update the archive with the new recordings.  Plus, access to the recordings for 6 months

Prepare and Revise for your APC 

Tap into a wealth of APC Masterclass topics as you progress, prepare and revise for your APC. 
All in bite-size accessible formats.

Learning outcomes

  • Familiarise yourself with the whole APC process

  • Learn about the APC Competency requirements

  • Identify any competency / revision gaps

  • Identify ongoing preparation priorities

  • Interact with Jon Lever FRICS

  • At least 1 hr CPD per Masterclass
    (More from private study based upon information provided)

  • Increase your chances to pass the APC Final Assessment

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"Jon Lever has really mastered webinar speaking and his knowledge of the subject is second to none. I would recommend this service to anyone taking their chartership. I will definitely be attending more sessions closer to my assessment date."

 
 

Here is our session 2, 2021  online APC Masterclass programme facilitated by Jon Lever FRICS

Session 2 - 2021 - Dates

 

 Free & Interactive Workshops  Process  Mandatory Competencies 

 All UK & 24 hour times 

07.10.21 : 1200 APC Masterclass Programme Introduction

14.10.21 : 0830 APC Introduction - The APC journey

21.10.21 : 1200 APC 24 Route Explained

28.10.21 : 0830 Writing Up APC Competencies

04.11.21 : 1200 APC 12 Route Explained

11.11.21 : 0830 Accounting Principles L1

18.11.21 : 1200 APC 10 Year Route Explained

25.11.21 : 0830 Business Planning L1

02.12.21 : 1200 APC Preliminary Route Explained

09.12.21 : 0830 Communication & Negotiation L2

16.12.21 : 0800 Case Study Explained

Christmas break, enjoy...

06.01.22 : 0830 Conflict Avoidance... L1

13.01.22 : 1200 Client Care L2

20.01.22 : 0830 Data Management L1

27.01.22 : 1200 Pre-Submission

Dates TBC Pre-Submission Workshops 

03.02.21 : 0830 Diversity, Inclusion & Teamworking L1

10.02.22 : 1200 Health & Safety L2

17.02.22 : 0830 Inclusive Environments L1

24.02.22 : 1200 Sustainability L1

03.03.22 : 0830 Final Assessment

09.03.22 : 0830 Final Assessment Presentation

10.03.22 : 1200 Rules of Conduct L3

17.03.22 : 0830 Professional Ethics L3

Masterclass Topics

General information:

  • All the DeLever APC Masterclasses in this programme are facilitated by Jon Lever FRICS. 

  • We closely follow the APC Candidate Guide, Requirements and Competencies Guide and
    Pathway Guides. 

  • Each Masterclass focuses on the Level 1 knowledge base and briefly discusses the Level 2 and Level 3 requirements where applicable. 

  • Jon discusses a list of typical questions he might ask of each competency from his 23+ years of APC Assessing experience and having trained over
    7,500 APC Assessors. 

  • Jon promotes an interactive and relaxed environment where you can ask any questions regarding the APC topic being covered. 

 

  • We look forward to welcoming you to our APC Masterclass programme.

  • Each Masterclass is generally about 1 to 1.5hrs

A bit more detail:

  • DeLever APC Masterclass Programme Introduction
    Jon explains the whole programme and what he will cover in each Masterclass or interactive workshop

  • APC Introduction - The whole journey explained
    Jon will walk you through the whole APC Journey, explaining the guides, competencies, levels, roles and responsibilities and a brief peek into the case study, submission process and final assessment

  • APC Routes Explained
    Often candidates are confused about their APC Route options so Jon will pick the routes apart and explain each one in detail.  Getting on the right APC Route is the first step to success 

  • Writing Up APC Competencies
    Well now! If everyone attended this one there would be much less confusion and frankly a lot less stress and overthinking the process.  Ignore this Masterclass at your peril!

  • Accounting Principles L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Business Planning L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Case Study Explained
    A deep dive into the Case Study aims and objectives, selecting a project, understanding each element and guidance on how to write it exactly as the assessors are expecting.  Jon has trained over 7500 assessors in the same way so he can guide you exactly.

  • Communication & Negotiation L2
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description.  Oh! and some discussion about what you could consider for Level 2

  • Conflict Avoidance... L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Client Care L2
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description.  Oh! and some discussion about what you could consider for Level 2

  • Data Management L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Pre-Submission
    A focused session on what needs to be created and submitted for each pathway.  Guidance on best practice document creation

  • Pre-Submission Workshop (FREE)
    Simple..  You bring your documents to this online workshop and Jon picks them apart for there and then...

  • Diversity Inclusion Teamwork L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Health & Safety L2
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description.  Oh! and some discussion about what you could consider for Level 2

  • Inclusive Environments L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Sustainability L1
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Final Assessment
    A detailed look at your final destination and how to prepare and what is involved and how the interview hour is structured

  • Final Assessment Presentation
    Your 10 minutes to ACE.  Sadly many do not and generally the presentations are pretty mediocre.  Come and find out how to ACE this part of the interview and tips on presentation creation, look and feel

  • Rules of Conduct L3
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

  • Professional Ethics L3
    APC mandatory competency, discussing each of the bullet points laid out in the pathway guide Level 1 description

Note:  All of our APC Masterclass recordings are provided on a single-user licence for a set period of time.​  We suggest each recording has approximately a 6-month shelf life and we cannot guarantee the content is correct after that time period.  We rerecord each Masterclass Live every 6 months, or if a significant update has occurred, to keep the recording archive fresh and up to date.

Employers?

If you would like the APC Masterclass programme delivered in-house, or a multi-viewer licence, why not contact us for a chat?

 

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Package options

We have laid it all out in the table below for you, showing what the normal full price would be and the bulk purchase specials we are now offering.

1+hrs
CPD

each*

  One Live Only        One Live & Rec        Month& Rec        Everything & Rec

Gold - £99.00 
£82.50 excl VAT & fees
Approx 4 Masterclasses/ month
Over a 6 month duration
Get the recordings for 30 days

(Over 6 months £594 incl VAT)
FREE Masterclasses included

Platinum - £350.00
£291.67 excl VAT & fees
One-off payment
Access to the whole Masterclass
recording archive NOW and 
for 6 months.  Plus Attend live.
The recording archive will
be updated with new recordings

(Over 6 months £350 incl VAT)
FREE Masterclasses included

Normal price incl VAT & fees

Normal price excl VAT & fees

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£24.17 excl VAT & fees
Attend live online ONLY

(Over 6 months £522 incl VAT)
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£29.17 excl VAT & fees
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(Over 6 months £630 incl VAT)
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(Save £23)
each

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per month)

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*CPD across the whole programme is approx 25hrs for attendance at live events or watching the recordings.  there is then a potential 40+hrs (at least) of further knowledge based study that could be accrued.

APC Masterclass Recordings

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