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New Hampshire Land Surveyors

Requirements: The minimum number of continuing education units (CEUs) shall be 8 per biennium. Licenses shall expire on the last day of the biennial anniversary of the birth month of the licensee.

Maximum of 4 CEUs can be carried over

Course Info:
Continuing education units shall be credited as follows:

(a)  Verified membership and participation in a national, regional or state land surveyor society or association provided the licensee attends 50% of the meetings shall receive one CEU per year, with a maximum of 2 CEUs per biennium;

(b)  Serving as an officer or committee chairman in a national, regional or state land society or association shall receive one CEU per year, with a maximum of 2 per biennium;

(c)  Serving on committee in a national, regional or state land society or association shall receive 0.5 CEU per year, with a maximum of one per biennium;

(d)  Serving on a land surveying board shall receive 1.5 CEUs per year, with a maximum of 3 per biennium;

(e)  Serving as an officer or chairman on a land surveying board shall receive 0.5 CEUs per year, with a maximum of one per biennium;

(f)  Verified membership and participation in an additional national, regional or state land surveyor society or association with a minimum of 50% attendance at meetings shall receive 0.5 CEUs per year, with a maximum of one per biennium;

(g)  Serving as an officer or committee chairman in an additional national, regional or state land surveyor society or association shall receive one CEU per year, with a maximum of 2 per biennium;

(h)  Activity of special service to the profession, including but not limited to teaching and publication, shall receive a maximum of 6 CEUs per biennium as follows:

(1)  The active, full time teaching of land surveying at the college level, shall not qualify      for continuing education credits;

(2)  Teaching a workshop or seminar which is directly related to land surveying or professional development shall be credited as one CEU per every 2 hours of actual teaching time, not to include preparation time and only applicable to first time seminars;

(3)  Presentation and/or publication of a professional paper shall be credited as 3 CEU’s for first time offerings.

(i)  Completion, with a passing grade where grades are awarded, of educational courses related to land surveying, including board or land surveyor society approved seminars, shall receive one CEU for each 4 hours of participation and with the following submitted to the board:

(1)  Date of event;

(2)  Title;

(3)  Agenda;

(4)  Name and title of instructors;

(5)  Sponsoring organization;

(6)  Course description;

(7)  Contact hours; and

(8)  The name of a contact person.

(j)  Carry over credits shall be granted for courses or seminars related to land surveying, not to exceed 4 CEU’s per biennium;

(k)  Archiving land surveyor records shall receive not more than 4 CEU’s per collection, with a maximum of 6 CEU’s per biennium and with the following submitted to the board:

(1)  A report of the project;

(2)  The name of the individuals involved in the archiving;

(3)  The name and number of the records to be archived;

(4)  The place where the records will be stored;

(5)  The approximate number of hours worked and number of CEU’s requested;

(6)  A copy of the index; and

(7)  A certification by the official agency receiving the archived record; and

(l)  CEU’s shall not be awarded for archiving land surveyor records for pay or profit.

Board Website: New Hampshire Office of Professional Licensure and Certification Board of Land Surveyors