Specialist Water Valuer Professional Certificate (Q190925)
You are invited to partake in our Specialist Water Valuer Professional Certificate course which covers the history, politics and practicalities of the valuation of water as a separate asset.
Rural valuations are already a specialist area of practice, only made more so with the complex issues of water property rights and the valuation of irrigated land. Since the advent of the ‘unbundling’ of water and land, there are several entirely new asset classes, such as water shares, delivery shares, and water use licences.
This Professional Certificate is a blended-learning program that provides the specialist water-based education component to prepare participants for application for accreditation as Specialist Water Valuers, being Valuers with expert water knowledge and experience.
NB: This course is open to all interested participants, however only those who already hold Certified Practising Valuer status will be able to apply for accreditation following completion of the course.
|1.||Explain the history, politics and practicalities of the valuation of water as a separate asset|
|2.||Demonstrate water asset valuation expertise relevant to your jurisdiction of:|
|3.||Exhibit practical water valuation techniques|
Full Course (9.5 CPD) - Brisbane 25th September 2019
If you have not completed the Specialist Water Valuer course before you will need to complete all 3 sections of the program. (CPV participants will then have the option to apply for accreditation to be awarded the title of Specialist Water Valuer – details on this will be provided at the workshops and within the online assessment module)
- Shaun Hendy, Director Valuation - Agribusiness - Colliers International
- Ben Williams, President - Australian Water Brokers Association
- Simo Tervonen, Director - Marsden Jacob Associates
- Bruce Bass, Principal Project Officer – Water Markets and Trading - DNRME
- More presenters to be announced soon...
Shaun Hendy - Facilitator
Director Valuation- Agribusiness
Shaun has experience in a variety of valuation and rural asset consultancies, servicing large areas of Australia that reflect his specialisation in water property rights, irrigation and dry land cropping, and livestock industries.
With experience in agricultural economics, cattle, water rights and irrigation he is frequently engaged to conduct complex valuations of large scale properties with a focus on their productive and income earning capabilities.
Australian Water Brokers Association
Ben Williams is the President of the Australian Water Brokers Association, he is based in Adelaide with Ruralco Water and is recognised as a trusted source of market intelligence and analysis. His regularly provides advice and brokerage services to family farming operations, diversified corporate ag, private and institutional investors and various government bodies. Ben has been involved with irrigated agriculture since 2001, during this time he has developed extensive water market knowledge and experience throughout the Murray Darling Basin and Queensland. Ben is also a member of the South Australian Natural Resource Management Board - Water Allocation Plan Advisory Committee.
Marsden Jacob Associates
Simo is widely recognised by market participants, governments and water authorities as a leading expert in Australian water markets and water trading rules. Public and private sector clients work with Simo for his unrivaled, Australia-wide knowledge and understanding of all things water trading and policy – there isn’t a water market in Australia he hasn’t looked at. Simo takes great pride in drawing upon his vast knowledge and applying his high attention to detail to efficiently identify solutions that meet clients’ requirements. Prior to joining Marsden Jacob, Simo worked in key policy and market operations roles at one of Australia’s leading water brokerage firms. He has longstanding and trusted networks across industry participants, governments and water authorities.
Principal Officer - Water Markets and Trading
Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Bruce is regarded as a leader in water allocations and trading in Queensland having been involved in the policy development, planning and implementation of tradeable water allocations across Queensland since the first tradeable water allocations in 2003. He originally started with the department in the farm advisory service investigating and designing farm dams and irrigation layouts, later transitioning water regulation and compliance.
Full Course Program
|Full Course - API Members||$895|
|Full Course - Non-Members||$1195|
|Refersher only - API Specialist Water Valuers||$700|
|Introduction only - API Members||$195|
|Introduction only - Non-Members||$395|
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Attendance at this event will accrue 6 CPD points.
Completion of the full three-part program attracts 9.5 CPD points.
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