CIOB Experienced Practitioner Assessed Report (EPAR)

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CIOB Experienced Practitioner Assessed Report (EPAR)

Who is eligible?

As a general rule applicants typically will have 10 years senior management experience having had significant responsibilities for people, finances and technology.

What is it?

The Experienced Practitioner Assessed Report (EPAR) is a 3 part process that enables senior managers with no formal qualifications to achieve Chartered Status of the CIOB (MCIOB Chartered Construction Manger)


Who will be mentoring me?

Candidates will be allocated one of our experienced tutors; Allan McMullen PPCIOB, Roger Gillespie FCIOB or Brian McMullen FCIOB. For further details please see our website or our Company Profile.


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What is involved


Part A is a 4000 (approximately) word report which demonstrates that you have substantive experience in a senior management role including significant responsibilities for people, finances, or technical change and is focused on the following topics:

– Technology & The Built Environment

– Management

– Contract & Commercial Practice

– Health, Safety & the Environment

Part B is an oral examination of the candidate’s knowledge based on Part A

What is involved


Part C (Professional Review) is a 2000 (approximately) word report which ensures candidates are able to meet the requirements of CIOB in relation to their behaviour and interaction with the public and is focused on the following topics:

Establish and Maintain Professional Relationships.

Professional Judgement and Responsibility.

Commitment to Continuing Professional Development.

Commitment to Professional Standards.

Part C is followed by an interview on the same day as part B oral examination.

What assistance is given?

Training LMS offers a ‘one-to one’ mentoring programme to guide candidates through every step. A tailored mentor programme will be devised to meet the needs of the candidate’s diary, typically involving 4 or 5 two hour ‘one to one’ confidential sessions.