Advanced Surveying Certificate
Survey your career options and consider these continuing education courses related to geomatics engineering! From fundamental survey calculations and basic total station to survey law, cadastral studies, land information systems and more, these courses will help launch you into the wide world of geomatics or add to your surveying skill set.
It is recommended that students completing these courses have graduated from a Geomatics Engineering Technology Diploma Program from a recognized technical institution/college, or hold a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university Geomatics Engineering degree program. Students should have sound knowledge of: map projections, geodesy, coordinate systems, and geo-informatics. Students who can demonstrate extensive work experience in geomatics engineering would be considered.
These geomatics engineering courses are an excellent means of increasing professional development and overall employability. Numerous sectors are seeking personnel with geomatics training, including engineering firms, legal surveying firms, utility companies, energy resource development firms, and all levels of government.
Students who successfully complete five of the Advanced Surveying courses are eligible to receive a NAIT Certificate of Achievement. Students must apply for certification by completing a Request for Certification Form and submitting the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) establishes, assesses and certifies the academic qualifications of individuals who apply to become land surveyors and/or geomatics professionals in Canada. CBEPS evaluates NAIT course content and, from time to time, may provide exemptions for some of our courses. In those cases, a person who is a CBEPS candidate must meet the CBEPS 60% passing grade requirement in order to earn an exemption. For more information, please see the individual course descriptions below.
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