The National Diploma programme provides adequate understanding and skills for the management of the whole physical environment, including the economic, financial, constructional, legal, social and political aspects. It also examines the techniques, quantitative and qualitative tools, used in the practice of Estate Management. In specific terms, the graduates should, among others, be able to:
- – Survey, inspect and report on land and landed property (particularly, the location and structural conditions) for development, management, maintenance, repairs and valuation purposes;
- – Examine, produce and interpret building plans as well as take measurements of land and buildings;
- – Carry out market surveys and other enquiries on properties and to collect, compile and compute data for valuation purposes; Manage properties for landlords in relation to selection of tenants, service of notices to quit premises, and management of buildings, facilities, etc.
- – Inspect and report on state lands as well as assist in the implementation of policies regarding acquisition, allocation and administration of land resources; Assist in processing and registration of title documents such as Certificate of Occupancy, Deed of Mortgage, Deed of Assignment and Sub-lease.