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A Member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (MSCSI) is the designation for Chartered Surveyors in the Republic of Ireland.
Achieving chartered status and becoming a member of the SCSI means you are recognised both by professional colleagues and by the general public as an expert in your chosen field. Being a Chartered Surveyor can provide you with a competitive advantage over non-members in the property and construction industry.
As the leading membership body for professionals in the property, construction and land sectors, the SCSI’s number one priority is promoting and defending the interests of members. The central role of the SCSI in drafting protocols for the construction and property sectors during the Covid-19 crisis, shows just how important that representation is.
The SCSI enforces the highest standards in construction, land, and property and as such the designation is a mark of excellence and quality assurance which demonstrates that you adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards.
Maintaining the highest professional standards is key for the Society and we provide a CPD programme for members which ensures you stay abreast of the latest developments in the sector. This gives you a distinct edge in terms of the quality of your qualification, your commitment to continuing professional development and the assurance that you belong to a regulating body.
As a regular publisher and contributor to reports, articles, consumer columns and debates across all media channels the SCSI is seen as an authoritative commentator on all property and construction related matters, in the public interest.
Staying connected with colleagues and friends has never been more important. Ordinarily the SCSI hosts numerous conferences, seminars, dinners, sports, and charity events as well as CPD programmes throughout the year. Despite Covid-19 the SCSI is continuing to host a range of online events while ensuring that ‘virtual networking’ continues.
The Society is a source of independent and authoritative research for the property and construction sector, an influential contributor to policy formulation and a trusted adviser to government, state agencies and industry stakeholders.
Through your membership of the SCSI, you gain a portable, globally recognised qualification which enables you to be part of an international community with opportunities to network with other top-quality property professionals and to work or travel abroad.
Members can avail of services and special offers via their membership eg HR advice from Adare Human Resources, discounted PPE from trusted suppliers and support for surveyors and their families if required from LionHeart, the charity for chartered professionals, both current and retired.
The Society keeps members up to date with what is happening in the property and construction sector via its social media channels, weekly ezines, news updates, and of course through The Surveyors Journal which is published each quarter.