Hewitt Construction Consultancy Awarded Chartered Building Consultancy Status with CIOB

We are pleased to announce that Hewitt Construction Consultancy, owners of Claims Class, has been awarded Chartered Building Consultancy (CBC) status with the Chartered Institute of Building as part of their CBC scheme.


Chartered Building Consultancy status identifies businesses that are respected and responsible, managed by professionally qualified well-trained staff, and that offer a very expert and economic service. Membership of the scheme requires the highest qualifications and training criteria for all employees engaged in any aspect of construction management and surveying, ensuring a professional approach at every level in the organisation.

So what does this mean for Claims Class and for YOU?

Because Hewitt Construction Consultancy is committed to excellence across the organisation, this means that when you register for a Claims Class course, you can have total confidence that the course will:

  • Be expertly taught
  • Delivered at the highest standards
  • Contain quality content
  • Be accredited by respected industry institutes
  • Offer real-life case studies that you can relate to and link to your learning
  • Offer practical rather than theoretical knowledge that you can apply to your job
  • Offer Continual Professional Development hours for those tracking their professional progress
  • Give you the confidence to take your construction claims career to the next level

It also means that we never stop trying to enhance our service. We know that what we do is good. We know that because our distance learning students tell us, those who attend our intensive training courses tell us and our consulting clients tell us but we know that a successful organisation is not one that rests on its laurels, but is always finding ways to better itself. Some things we are working on for example, include new course offerings, new locations and more accreditations.

Do you have any suggestions for how we could make our courses more appealing? Or can you offer some insight into your reasons for registering / not registering for a Claims Class course? If so, join the conversation and add your comments below.