If the criteria to enrol on the Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation is to be driven and excited by learning, Steve Funnell is the perfect candidate.
SAVA School of Surveying Open Day offers food for thought for prospective surveyors On Friday 17th April we held the third in a series of SAVA School of Surveying Open Days, with an aim to show prospective students for the Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation the benefits of a new surveying career. The event offered a great information-gathering and networking opportunity for prospective students, including qualified energy assessors, heating engineers, construction workers and those looking for a complete career change.
Heat travels by conduction, convection and radiation. Radiant heat travels in waves, and heat transfer by radiation, unlike conduction and convection, can travel between two surfaces separated by a vacuum. The majority of heat transfer through a body of still air is by radiation. However, radiation across a gap can be significantly reduced by using a reflective surface adjacent to the gap.
Armed with a car full of comfy shoes, the NES/SAVA team headed to London on Tuesday 2nd March for the much anticipated Ecobuild exhibition at the Excel. The three day event showcased the best in energy, construction and sustainable design, with exhibitors and visitors alike coming from as far as China. The hot focus of our stand this year? The Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation – your route into the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the SAVA Scheme.