It’s been said: “You don’t know what you don’t know”. For those wanting to provide real property related goods and services to the federal government, identifying and interpreting all the policies and information is challenging.
The Real Property Institute of Canada‘s new Private Sector Orientation Course has been developed to help you and your company be better informed.
Leveraging RPIC’s knowledge and insights of federal real property, we partnered with EY Canada and engaged their experts to help distil the abundance of available information and zero in on what’s most relevant.
The result is a two-day course divided into four modules that cover the following learning objectives:
Module 1: The federal real property portfolio, departmental roles and responsibilities, and current initiatives
Module 2: Priorities, policies, and legislation affecting real property decisions
Module 3: The private sector’s role in federal real property
Module 4: Public Real Property Transactions and Partnership Models.
Each module is presented in a dynamic, conversational way that encourages participants to engage in the discussion and ask questions.
As modules were developed, they were piloted with staff at Regional Group – an Ottawa real estate investment, development and management firm that approached RPIC and identified a need to better understand the government’s requirements and how to best respond. Special thanks to the team at Regional Group for their vital contributions to the development of the course.
Join us as we focus on YOU, the private sector!
Registation for RPIC's exclusive Private Sector Orientation Course is coming soon. This course will be delivered over two half-days this Fall as we de-mystify working with federal real property through dynamic conversations with you, to answer your questions.