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The objective of this course is to provide an overview of preparing land descriptions that are free from ambiguity and need no interpretation.
Approval #:CE003-0509 Sponsor Code:
The objectives of this course are to teach the surveyor how to define and identify monuments; to understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument; and to explain how better records and a better effort to document re-monumentation could eliminate disagreements among surveyors.
This course is designed to fulfill professional development requirements for land surveyors and will focus on large floods, the most costly natural hazard in the United States.
Boundary Control Fundamentals is designed to introduce the surveyor into
the world of property law and boundary principles. It will assist in
preparing the surveyor for professional licensure and, once that goal is
achieved, to understand how best to serve clients’ needs. Although
there are no formal pre-requisites for this course, it is desirable that
the student have a basic knowledge of survey measurements,
instrumentation and mathematics prior to attempting it.
Approval #:CE002-0509 Sponsor Code:
This course is designed to fulfill continuing education credits for land surveyors. This course will focus on legal descriptions that are written on warranties and deeds.
This course is designed to provide an overview of how easements are used and how they affect the land surveyor.
Approval #:CE114-1110 Sponsor Code:
The word “utility” implies usefulness to the public, but surveyors may find that what is considered a “utility” in one place is not always a utility in another jurisdiction. The distinction between regulated and unregulated utilities defines the legal rights and protections these utilities may have, or the restrictions to which they may be subject. The distinction also affects how surveyors access or interpret information about the location of utilities. The statutes and case law included in this class are intended to help those who plan or stake out new or relocated utility facilities, or recover existing utility locations in the field.