12-hour – $149
Landmarks and Monuments of Interest to Surveyors (PDH331): 4 Hours
This course will identify and describe numerous points of interest to surveyors throughout the United States and the World, the associated landmarks, and the stories of their origins. It will also present biographical information concerning the people who explored and marked some of these points of interest.
Origins of Measurement (PDH329): 4 Hours
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.
Easements and Rights-of-Way for the Land Surveyor (PDH333): 4 Hours
This course represents an overview of easements and rights-of-way as they relate to the practice of professional land surveying. It seeks to address the diverse types of easements likely to be encountered by the surveyor, the methods by which these easements are created, and the processes by which they are terminated.