IRRV News and Events Diary

Keep upto date with what the IRRV is doing. Look for the latest events in your area

Revenues and Benefits Welfare Practitioner Apprenticeship

The IRRV are currently developing the Revenues and Benefits Practitioner Apprenticeship training plan in readiness for the official launch of the Apprenticeship. If you would like more information about the Apprenticeship, or would like to contact us to discuss your requirements, please click here.

Practice Statement VT

Consolidated Practice Statement for the Valuation Tribunal England
2017 (as amended)
Consolidated Practice Statement for the Valuation Tribunal England Explanatory Note
Amendments 1 April 2018


An update on the project

REVASE Press Rlease

Report of the Barclay Review of Non-Domestic Rates

Download a copy of the report issued in August 2017 by the Barclay Review of Non-Domestic Rates in Scotland.

There are 30 recommendations on

  • Measures to support economic growth.
  • Measures to improve ratepayer experience and administration of the system.
  • Measures to increase fairness and ensure a level playing field.

Download Report

Apprenticeships 2018

The IRRV is committed to supporting Trailblazer Apprenticeships in its sector. While the initiative for writing new Apprenticeship standards lies with groups of employers, the Institute will assist in this process where invited. Trailblazer groups are also responsible for commissioning training and finding an assessment organisation.

We are pleased to announce that the Institute has now joined the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers. This means that it can offer training to employers for Apprentices working to an approved Standard. It will also apply to become an Apprenticeship Assessment Organisation.

Employer groups will therefore be able to access IRRV training or assessment if they so choose.

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IRRV Products and Services Brochure

The latest brochure is now available to download




IRRV Membership and Career Development

IRRV Membership. How to gain professional Qualifications. Current jobs available in the sector


Membership brings with it professional MEMBERSHIP recognition and a wide range of support services that will aid your development 

The IRRV is the largest professional institution operating in the field of revenues, benefits and valuation. Every year, hundreds of students sit IRRV examinations. Those who are successful will join the thousands of IRRV-qualified professionals currently working in local authorities and public and private sector valuation. 

Member Perspective:

“Membership of the IRRV and use of the designatory letters 'IRRV (Hons)' demonstrates to others a continuing commitment to professionalism and excellence within my field. It is something I am proud to use.”

Peter Lisewski IRRV (Hons) Revenues Services Manager Derbyshire Dales DC 




Gaining qualifications is a great way to stand out, increase your confidence and prove to employers that you've reached the highest standard. Employers are increasingly looking to recruit IRRV qualified practitioners so getting the qualification will increase your career advancement.

"To work in Revenues and Benefits administration or Rating Valuation, you need managerial, professional and IT skills as well as drive, determination and the ability to think hard and straight. The IRRV Provides Qualifications to get you there. 
David Magor OBE IRRV, Chief executive, IRRV

If you are at an early stage in your professional career  you can take a Level 3 qualification, or if you are in or aiming for a management position, the Professional Diploma is ideal. IRRV qualifications provide evidence of the knowledge and skills required to carry out a range of operations in a Revenues, Welfare Benefits or Valuation Tribunal environment.               

*This offer is valid on multiple bookings from the same organisation with a minimum of three candidates.

Find out more about studing for an IRRV qualification here

Latest Jobs from the IRRV

3715 Revenues Officer (Council Tax) (RB013) 
East Hertfordshire District Council
£21,138 Per Annum 
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3714 Revenues Officer (Council Tax) (RB03) 
EastHerts Council 
£21,138 - £26,060 Per Annum 
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3713 Revenues Officer (Council Tax) 
East Hertfordshire District Council
£21,138 Per Annum 
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3712 Revenues and Benefits Systems and Projects Team Leader 
Oxford City Council
£33,810 - £35,910 Per Annum 
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3711 Operations Manager (Revenues and Benefits) 
Breckland District Council
£36,153 - £41,846 Per Annum 
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3710 Operations Manager (Revenues and Benefits) 
Breckland District Council
£36,153 - £41,846 Per Annum 
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3708 Benefits quality and appeals officer 
Wycombe District Council
£29,067 - £36,284 Pay Scale 
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3707 Benefits Assessment Officer 
Wycombe District Council
£20,415 - £30,808 Per Annum 
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3705 Benefits Officer 
South Lakeland District Council
£23,111 - £25,463 Per Annum 
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3704 Enforcement Officer (0.5FTE - 18.5 hours)
Mid Sussex District Council
£19,819 - £21,693 Per Annum 
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3703 Non-Domestic Rates/Valuation Officer 
Mid Sussex District Council
£19,819 - £21,693 Per Annum 
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3702 NB18/62 Revenues and Benefits Training and Development Manager 
Shropshire County Council
£29,706 Per Annum 
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3701 Systems Control Manager 
City of London Corporation
£46,310 - £52,780 Per Annum 
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