Certificate in Asset Valuation 2018 - Birmingham

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Event summary

This CIPFA Asset Valuation Certificate will provide you with a broad understanding of the requirements and process of undertaking local authority asset valuations for financial statements. It will take you through a series of four modules, from the background to why the valuations are carried out, the relevant rules and regulations and how these should be applied and some of the valuation approaches that need to be deployed.

There are four modules to this course taking place in Birmingham and London. The programme schedule can be downloaded below for full details.


19 Apr 2018 10:00
20 Jun 2018 16:30


IBIS Styles NEC/Airport Birmingham
Bickenhill Lane
B40 1PJ
[See map]

Standard price

£1,600.00 excl VAT

Network Member Price

£1,400.00 excl VAT

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About this event

The process of undertaking capital asset valuations for land and buildings in the local authority balance sheet is not easy. It is not something that a local authority valuer will be likely to have learned during their qualification process. As accounting regulations change, interpreting and keeping up to date with the various regulations and standards to ensure compliance can be a tricky and time consuming task. Any misinterpretation can become embedded into locally accepted practice making for an uncomfortable audit process.

How this course will help you

This course will help you in:

  • undertaking local authority asset valuations
  • overseeing local authority asset valuations undertaken by members of your team or by external valuers and
  • commissioning your asset valuation programme.

Why attend this course

By attending this course you will be able to:

  • understand the key requirements of the CIPFA Code of Practice on Local Authority Accounting insofar as it relates to valuations for the balance sheet and related disclosures including bases of value, valuation frequency, componentisation, lease classification, impairment etc., and associated practical approaches, including the key changes arising from IFRS13
  • understand the key requirements of the RICS Valuation Professional Standards and the International Valuation Standards insofar as they relate to local authority asset valuations, together with the associated practical approaches.

Who is the course for?

The course is aimed at those:

  • requiring an entry level introduction to undertaking local authority asset valuations for financial statements
  • already holding some knowledge or experience of the topic area who are looking for a structured refresher
  • who are seeking structured and formal CPD of up to 19 hours
  • attracted to achieving a certificate demonstrating their understanding of undertaking local authority asset valuations.

Who will find this course useful

The course will be useful to:

  • local authority finance professionals that want to broaden their understanding of the valuation process 
  • non valuation property professionals that oversee the valuation process or simply want to learn more about it.

Course modules and dates

Module 1: Rules of the Game

London – Wednesday 18 April

Birmingham – Thursday 19 April

Module 2: Valuation Process

London – Wednesday 2 May

Birmingham – Thursday 3 May

Module 3: DRC Valuations

Birmingham – Wednesday 23 May

London Thursday – 24 May

Module 4: Depreciation and Componentisation

London Tuesday – 19 June

Birmingham Wednesday – 20 June

Details of what each module covers can be downloaded below

Download programme schedule

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