Hear from Sava graduates.

Why do surveyors love their job?

Hear from a number of Sava learners and graduates below on why they chose the Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation and what they are doing now.

My work life balance has improved (since becoming a surveyor). I am spending more time at home with the family and with the kids. I can now partake in things like school assemblies, drop them off at school and still do a full day of work.

Shehzad Hussain
2019 Sava Graduate

I would definitely recommend the Sava diploma to people that have a similar background to myself… before the diploma I had no prior industry knowledge at all. The resources are so good, the feedback from the assessors was so good.

David Cross
2022 Sava graduate

A big plus for me was that I was able to carry on working while studying and being able to balance the two. I would absolutely recommend the Sava diploma.

Natasha Palczuk
2019 Sava graduate

Because the course offered a vocational way in (to surveying) while I worked, it seemed to fit absolutely superbly.

Anthony Dixon
2021 Sava graduate

The advice I would give to anyone considering doing the course, is just do it! You won’t regret it. It’s fantastic. There is a fantastic career at the end of it with loads of opportunities. Just do it!

Matthew Meadmore
Sava Learner

Train to be a Residential Surveyor through our vocational Diploma programme

The Diploma is a level 6 qualification, overseen by the Awarding Body for the Built Environment (ABBE). It’s approved for Direct Entry into the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)* meaning you can join RICS as an Associate member and start earning a living as a surveyor. The Diploma is also accredited by the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE).