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Paper eres2008_224:
PROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION OF VALUATION GRADUATES: PACIFIC RIM EXPEREINCE

id eres2008_224
authors Page, Geoff
year 2008
title PROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION OF VALUATION GRADUATES: PACIFIC RIM EXPEREINCE
source Book of Abstracts: 15th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Kraków, Poland
summary Professional socialization can be described as the acquisition of values, attitudes, skills and knowledge pertaining to a professional subculture. The literature suggests that study and consideration of professional socialization assists in improving tertiary education and graduates’ preparedness for the real world pressures of professional working life. This paper presents both Australian valuation graduates’ perspective of their socialization into the valuation profession and the perspective of program leaders in Australia & New Zealand. It identifies the values and skills they deemed important as a novice professional value and when they believed they had achieved the status of a professional valuer. It provides insights from the novice professional valuer, for the provision of mentoring and supervision and what may be implemented by the profession to deal with some perceived shortcomings.
series ERES:conference
email geoff.page@unisa.edu.au
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