New webpage for HATC’s Wiki-cedures

We’ve been in the Development Procedure business since the mid 1990s. Our latest version is a wiki! More information is now available here.

Training courses – Autumn programme available.

We are now taking bookings for our popular courses on a variety of property development and project management courses ……click here to go to the Open Courses page.

Next Introductory Certificate in Project Managemet course – details here.

Our next Introductory Certificate course is October 22/23rd  2014.  For more details and to BOOK YOUR PLACE click here. For more details on the Nov / Dec 2014 edition of the  Project Management for Affordable Housing Development: Theory & Practice course that provides the professional qualification APMP, click here. If you are looking for property …Read More »

NEW….. Request-a-training-course!

We normally run our property development courses in-house, on demand. This works best for clients when there are 5 or more people wishing to attend. We can also run these courses when requested by individuals. We will generally need approximately 6 people to sign up in total, at which point we will organise an “open” …Read More »

Course Details

We are in the process of publishing all course details on our website. In the mean time please contact us for further information.

Conditions Of Application

All prospective students must read the following conditions before submitting the application form.

  1. Once a student is accepted onto the course, fees are not refundable in part or in total unless the course is cancelled by HATC in which case a full refund will be provided.
  2. HATC reserves the right to make minor change lecture times, venue or other arrangements but will advise students in advance of the course date.
  3. The course fee includes the examination fee for one attempt at the APM IC exam. If the student wishes to re-take the exam there will be an additional charge. Such charges will be reasonable, and will be set on the basis of HATC’s cost-recovery only.
  4. The above conditions will be subject to interpretation in English law courts.