New Jersey Land Surveyor Continuing Education

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OC: Seized Lands: Eminent Domain

2.5 Hours
This course covers the topic of land seizures using the power of the eminent domain law. Eminent domain is a legal power legislatively g...

This course covers the topic of land seizures using the power of the eminent domain law. Eminent domain is a legal power legislatively granted to city, state or federal government entities for the purpose of seizing private property deemed necessary to serve the best interests of the general public. 

2.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC: Overview of Hydrographic and Bathymetric Surveying

2.5 Hours
...


2.5 Hours
Online
Elective

Adverse Possession and Prescriptive Easements

2 Hours
This course covers the topics of adverse possession and prescriptive easements.  Both are legally-established means in which a pa...

This course covers the topics of adverse possession and prescriptive easements.  Both are legally-established means in which a party may acquire either legal title, or the deeded privilege, to use land belonging to another party without the expressed consent of that owner. Surveyors who perform boundary retracement surveys must be familiar with this legal doctrine; these types of boundary surveys are often muddled by the existence of an adverse possession or prescriptive easement situation. 

2 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC: Geophysical Surveying - Methods and Applications

2 Hours
Geophysical surveying is an applied branch of geophysics which uses seismic, gravitational, magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic p...

Geophysical surveying is an applied branch of geophysics which uses seismic, gravitational, magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic physical methodologies at the Earth’s surface to measure the physical properties of the subsurface. Geophysical surveying methods generally measure these geophysical properties, along with anomalies, in order to evaluate various subsurface conditions such as the existence of groundwater, bedrock, minerals, oil and gas, geothermal resources, voids and cavities, and much more. This course details the various methods used in geophysical surveying and provides an overview of the many applications of geophysical surveys.

2 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC: Adverse Possession and Prescriptive Easements

2 Hours
This course covers the topics of adverse possession and prescriptive easements.  Both are legally-established means in which a pa...

This course covers the topics of adverse possession and prescriptive easements.  Both are legally-established means in which a party may acquire either legal title, or the deeded privilege, to use land belonging to another party without the expressed consent of that owner. Surveyors who perform boundary retracement surveys must be familiar with this legal doctrine; these types of boundary surveys are often muddled by the existence of an adverse possession or prescriptive easement situation. 

2 Hours
Online
Elective

Seized Lands: Eminent Domain

2.5 Hours
This course covers the topic of land seizures using the power of the eminent domain law. Eminent domain is a legal power legislatively g...

This course covers the topic of land seizures using the power of the eminent domain law. Eminent domain is a legal power legislatively granted to city, state or federal government entities for the purpose of seizing private property deemed necessary to serve the best interests of the general public. 

2.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC: 3D Scanning Surveys

2.5 Hours
This course covers the performance of as-built surveys, along with the emerging popularity of 3D scans, for the creation of quick, eas...

This course covers the performance of as-built surveys, along with the emerging popularity of 3D scans, for the creation of quick, easy, and highly detailed and accurate surveys for use in a wide range of applications. This course is designed to offer an overview of 3D scanning technology and the many applications which are possible with these types of surveys. 

2.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC:Legal Descriptions

0.75 Hours
Examine legal descriptions that are written on warranties and deeds....
Examine legal descriptions that are written on warranties and deeds.
0.75 Hours
Online
Elective

Overview of Hydrographic and Bathymetric Surveying

2.5 Hours
...


2.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC: Construction Surveying: Roadway Route Surveys

3.5 Hours
In this course, the surveyor will learn the surveying procedures used to perform a roadway route survey. Additionally, the surveyor wil...

In this course, the surveyor will learn the surveying procedures used to perform a roadway route survey. Additionally, the surveyor will learn some of the pertinent design principles of geometric roadway design used by transportation designers. These include: The use of superelevation (or banking of curves), tangent to curve transition, sight distances, and design speed.

3.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC:Rights and Responsibilities in the Lands of Others: The Effect of Easements

0.75 Hours
This course is designed to provide an overview of how easements are used and how they affect the land surveyor. The course will cover ty...
This course is designed to provide an overview of how easements are used and how they affect the land surveyor. The course will cover types of easements and how to create easements as well as how easements are terminated. Throughout the course various case studies will be discussed, which will give the participant an example of how easements are used.
0.75 Hours
Online
Elective

3D Scanning Surveys - As-Builts and Other Applications

2.5 Hours
This course covers the performance of as-built surveys, along with the emerging popularity of 3D scans, for the creation of quick, eas...

This course covers the performance of as-built surveys, along with the emerging popularity of 3D scans, for the creation of quick, easy, and highly detailed and accurate surveys for use in a wide range of applications. This course is designed to offer an overview of 3D scanning technology and the many applications which are possible with these types of surveys. 

2.5 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC:Utilities Public and Otherwise

1 Hours
The word "utility" implies usefulness to the public, but surveyors may find that what is considered a "utility" in one place is not alwa...
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.
1 Hours
Online
Elective

Boundaries and Monuments

0.75 Hours
Learn how to define and identify monuments; understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument, and explain how b...
Learn how to define and identify monuments; understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument, and explain how better records and a better effort to document re-monumentation could eliminate disagreements among surveyors.
0.75 Hours
Online
Elective

Utilities Public and Otherwise

1 Hours
The word "utility" implies usefulness to the public, but surveyors may find that what is considered a "utility" in one place is ...
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.
1 Hours
Online
Elective

Geophysical Surveying - Methods and Applications

2 Hours
Geophysical surveying is an applied branch of geophysics which uses seismic, gravitational, magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic p...

Geophysical surveying is an applied branch of geophysics which uses seismic, gravitational, magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic physical methodologies at the Earth’s surface to measure the physical properties of the subsurface. Geophysical surveying methods generally measure these geophysical properties, along with anomalies, in order to evaluate various subsurface conditions such as the existence of groundwater, bedrock, minerals, oil and gas, geothermal resources, voids and cavities, and much more. This course details the various methods used in geophysical surveying and provides an overview of the many applications of geophysical surveys.

2 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC:Boundaries and Monuments

0.75 Hours
Learn how to define and identify monuments; understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument, and explain how b...
Learn how to define and identify monuments; understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument, and explain how better records and a better effort to document re-monumentation could eliminate disagreements among surveyors.
0.75 Hours
Online
Elective

Rights and Responsibilities in the Lands of Others: The Effect of Easements on Surveyors

1.5 Hours
This course is designed to provide an overview of how easements are used and how they affect the land surveyor. The course will cover ty...
This course is designed to provide an overview of how easements are used and how they affect the land surveyor. The course will cover types of easements and how to create easements at well as how easements are terminated. Throughout the course various case studies will be discussed, which will give the participant an example of how easements are used.
1.5 Hours
Online
Elective

Fundamentals of Boundary Control

2 Hours
Gain a basic understanding of the world of property law and boundary principles. ...
Gain a basic understanding of the world of property law and boundary principles. 
2 Hours
Online
Elective

What Can GIS Do for You? A Look at Case Studies

0.75 Hours
This course is designed to give the student a comprehensive overview of the applications of GIS by using case studies of companies acros...
This course is designed to give the student a comprehensive overview of the applications of GIS by using case studies of companies across the United States. It will cover five studies of municipalities and companies that implemented GIS to increase the efficiency of data processing as well as to replace cumbersome paper mapping systems. The course will cover creating a GIS from scratch as well as using existing programs and customizing them to meet the specific needs of the entities using the GIS.
0.75 Hours
Correspondence
Elective

OC:What Can GIS Do for You? A Look at Case Studies

0.75 Hours
This course is designed to give the student a comprehensive overview of the applications of GIS by using case studies of companies acros...
This course is designed to give the student a comprehensive overview of the applications of GIS by using case studies of companies across the United States. It will cover five studies of municipalities and companies that implemented GIS to increase the efficiency of data processing as well as to replace cumbersome paper mapping systems. The course will cover creating a GIS from scratch as well as using existing programs and customizing them to meet the specific needs of the entities using the GIS.
0.75 Hours
Online
Elective

Construction Surveying: Roadway Route Surveys

3.5 Hours
In this course, the surveyor will learn the surveying procedures used to perform a roadway route survey. Additionally, the surveyor wil...

In this course, the surveyor will learn the surveying procedures used to perform a roadway route survey. Additionally, the surveyor will learn some of the pertinent design principles of geometric roadway design used by transportation designers. These include: The use of superelevation (or banking of curves), tangent to curve transition, sight distances, and design speed.

  

3.5 Hours

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