Interested in a career in Revenues and Benefits or Rating Valuation?
People who work in Revenues and Benefits administration in Local Authorities contribute positively to the well-being of their communities. Schools, the police, street cleaning and local social services, for instance, rely on the efficient collection of local revenues. And for the less well off, the efficient administration of Housing and Council Tax Benefit is essential.
Efficient revenue collection is only possible if sound base information is in place. This is provided by people working in the field of rating valuation in either private sector firms or with the Valuation Office Agency. There are numerous opportunities to work in the field of Revenues, Benefits and Rating. People who work in these professions need managerial, professional and IT skills as well as drive, determination and the ability to think hard and straight.
“To work in Revenues and Benefits administration or rating valuation, you need managerial, professional and IT skills as well as drive, determination and the ability to think hard and straight. The IRRV Provides Qualifications to get you there.”
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) Diploma in Real Estate Valuation provides access to IRRV Diploma Membership.
The RAU BSc (Hons) degree in Real Estate Valuation provides access to IRRV Honours membership.
For details of this course of study see http://www.rau.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/rural-land-property-management