General conditions for granting the Fellowship certificate
- Has an academic degree in any recognized specialization and according to the valuation sector and Membership Regulations, unless the applicant is an exempted basic member under Article (40) of the Law.
- Pass all fellowship certification exams according to each valuation sector.
- Complete the required experience hours to obtain the Fellowship Certificate.
- Pass interviews conducted by the General Secretariat to verify the fulfillment of requirements under these Rules.
الأطر التنظيمية لمهنة التقييم ومعايير التقييم الدولية
Basic Valuation Principles
Basic Valuation Procedures
Real Estate Valuation Using Cost Approach
Real Estate Valuation Using Market & Income Approaches
Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use
Real estate laws, principles of urban planning, sustainability, and teamwork 107
Real estate development and valuation using the residual value method
Land economics and real estate investment
Application of Accounting, Financing and Taxation principles in real estate valuation
Advanced Market Analysis
Profit & Advanced Income Methods
Purpose-Built Office Valuation
Shopping Complexes Valuation
Hospitality & Entertainment Properties Valuation
Heritage & Historical Properties Valuation
Experience Hours Required
Hours of experience consist of direct hours and indirect hours. Direct experience hours denotes hours from result from carrying out valuation work, and are calculated through valuation reports, while hours of indirect experience are those that result from supervising the work of valuators, or performing work related to valuation. It is calculated in years of experience.
To obtain the fellowship certificate, at least (3000) hours of experience must be registered in the member’s account in Qima portal, provided that at least 50% of hours of professional practice are gained from valuation work.