CASLE Survey of Professional Development for Surveyors in Selected African States

This survey aims to investigate the profile of professional qualifications for practitioners operating in the real estate and construction markets, their professional development and future needs for enhancing their professionalism. The pilot survey is focussed on selected African states, but we would welcome comments on the survey and its possible wider application to other countries represented within CASLE.

A major aim of CASLE, as an international association  of professionals involved in the surveying and economy of land, property and construction, is to promote the exchange of information, good practice and professional development through education and training throughout the Commonwealth countries.

In collaboration with RICS, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and other member institutions, CASLE has received funding from the Commonwealth Foundation for this survey focussed on the African states of Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania. The target respondents are individual members of CASLE and of member organisations operating in these African states. 

This survey is being managed by the University of the West of England, which hosts the registered office of CASLE in Bristol, UK. If you have any questions or comments about the survey, please contact the CASLE Secretary General, Mrs Susan Spedding, at the address at the end of this survey.

The survey is anonymous. Results will be circulated to members of CASLE. For members in the relevant African states, we are asking that if respondents wish to receive a personal copy and/or would be happy to discuss their survey response and supplementary questions, they should provide contact details at the end of the survey.
The survey is divided into four sections:

  1. Your professional role and experience
  2. Your professional education and qualifications
  3. Your continuing professional development
  4. Your contact details (if you wish us to provide this information)

This survey is now closed