12-hour – $149
Geodetic Surveying, Earth Modeling and the New Geodetic Datum of 2022 (PDH330): 3 Hours
Geodetic Surveying aims to describe and measure the extensive nature and actual shape of the Earth. In order to perform this we must use the accompanying and supportive science of geodesy.
Business Fundamentals for the Small to Medium Sized Surveying Firm (PDH326): 4 Hours
A professional land surveyor may find career success within an established firm, a government agency, an educational setting, or many other places. Often, however, the surveyor desires to strike out on his or her own, either alone or with one or more partners. Like members of other professions, surveyors often receive little business training as part of their formal education and as such are compelled to acquire business knowledge through experience and continuing study. 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.
Dispute Resolution Basics for Land Surveyors (PDH328): 2 Hours
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.
The Survey and Design of the District of Columbia and Washington, D.C (PDH327): 3 Hours
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.