Secretariat Masterclass

Our Year 12 Built Environment cohort recently had the privilege of engaging with Pradhis, a seasoned Chartered Quantity Surveyor and Quantum Expert from Secretariat, who brought the realms of construction disputes analysis and arbitration vividly to life. With his extensive experience, accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Pradhis offered an in-depth perspective on a niche yet vital sector of the built environment. 
  
Secretariat stands as a global beacon in the resolution of high-stakes legal, risk, and regulatory matters, offering unparalleled disputes, litigation, economic, and data advisory services. Esteemed for their role in guiding renowned law firms, major corporations, and influential entities through complex challenges, their experts combine meticulous preparation with strategic insights to navigate the intricacies of sectors as diverse as construction, energy, healthcare, technology, and natural resources. At the heart of Secretariat's ethos lie quality, integrity, and an unyielding commitment to independence, ensuring clarity and confidence in every endeavor. 
  
During the masterclass, Pradhis shed light on the multifaceted roles within a leading company like Secretariat, particularly emphasizing the career trajectory of a Quantity Surveyor. Learners gained a comprehensive understanding of the profession's potential, exploring how their current studies in the built environment could pave the way to a promising career in surveying and beyond. 
  
The session concluded with a Q&A, allowing learners to probe deeper into the industry's nuances. Andrew, teacher of the Built Environment, expressed his gratitude towards Pradhis for the enlightening session, noting, "Today’s masterclass not only dispelled common misconceptions but also unveiled the vast opportunities within the industry. Our learners are now better equipped with knowledge about the scope of careers in quantity surveying and construction disputes." 

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