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This course will seek to help the professional land surveyor who hopes to become or who is already a business owner by focusing strictly on the “business” aspect of the profession.
In this document, the surveyor learns to locate points using angles and distances. In construction surveying, the surveyor must often establish the line of a curve for road layout or some other construction.
This course will study the basics of conflict in general, as well as some specific types of situations that are likely to be encountered in a boundary dispute and some practical strategies for helping to resolve the boundary dispute.
In this course you will get a full introduction to ethics in the profession of land surveying. You’ll learn the definition of ethics and the origin of the term.
The Bureau of Land Management Cadastral Survey Training Program was established in 1970. At that time there were extremely few publications available on the subject of Cadastral Surveying. For various reasons none were entirely suitable for use as teaching materials
Geodetic Surveying aims to describe and measure the extensive nature and actual shape of the Earth.
This course seeks to study the historically important Mason-Dixon Line survey, the circumstances that led to the necessity of the survey, the surveyors who conducted the survey, and the methods and techniques they employed to complete their daunting project.
The purpose of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the term “GIS,” and how this science is applied in land surveying.
This course seeks to cover mankind’s original need for systems of measurement, how these systems developed and evolved across the ages in some of the familiar cultures of the historical world, and how the evolution of these systems applies to the work of the modern surveyor.
This course was designed as an introduction to Remote Sensing technology and how it applies to the Surveying and Mapping industry.
The Specifications in this land surveyor course provide guidance for writing accurate boundary descriptions and locations by survey, the form and arrangement to be followed for Executive and public land orders and proclamations, and examples of boundary descriptions.
This course establishes criteria and presents guidance on monumentation installation and documentation for all types of surveys required during the various stages of civil and military projects.
This course was created to introduce the Surveyor to the Subsurface Utility Engineering process.
This course will study the original development of the District of Columbia and Washington, D.C., focusing particularly on the survey and layout of the district and the city and the stories of the people who accomplished this remarkable work.
This course will give you information about the history of tunnels as well as some steps to take towards successful surveying of tunnels.