Wisconsin Sociey for Land Surveyors (WSLS) Seminar
Central Chapter Fall Continuing Education Seminar
Hosted by Mid-State Technical College
Friday, October 11
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. • Wisconsin Rapids Campus
Seminar Fee: $75.00
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Join the WSLS Central Chapter for our fall Continuing Education Seminar that will include sessions on interpreting recent changes to legislation that affect the profession of land surveying, review of ethics, safety considerations, and demonstration of modern surveying procedures and quipment. Continuing education credits are offered toward professional land surveyor or professional engineer licensure.
This day long event will feature sessions on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regulation of hydro-electric flowage operations, emerging disease risks for workers that are frequently outdoors and a review of ethics as it pertains to the surveying profession.
Doors will open at 8:00 a.m. for continental breakfast and networking. Speaker sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. Seminar fee of $75 includes handouts, continental breakfast, refreshments and noon luncheon. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance to validate PDH.
This workshop will qualify for Wisconsin mandatory continuing education. Under A-E 10 you are required to obtain a minimum of 2 PDHs in each of the three categories. This workshop may be used for ethics, land surveying and other related sciences based on the value received by the participant in these categories. It is up to each individual to understand what is included and if audited provide information used to base compliance on. The number of credits claimed is based on how long a participant attended and whether the session fell under the items in the law. The suggested number of applicable credits, and category, is listed for each session for completing the whole session.
Emily Pierce and Terry Van Hout met with Representatives Sean Duffy and Mike Gallagher and with Senator Tammy Baldwin recently during 2019 NSPS Day on the Hill. They were able to meet with the Represnatives and Senators along with staff to encourage sponsorship or co-sponsorship of bills to support surveying and geospatial activates. During their tme at the Hill they also had a chance to meet with Senator Johnson’s staff.
The WSLS also gave Senator Baldwin’s office a statement on her reintroduction of the Digital Coast Act.
last revised Dec 18
The Survey Map Review Committee has updated the A-E 7 Checklists to incorporate Wis Admin Code A-E 7 changes. Instructions, Checklists, and Review Request form are located at this link.
posted 20 Jan 2017
Remeber to include your first and last names when requesting a site account. Including only a first name or a nickname makes it difficult to verify if you are a WSLS member which affects your access level.
posted 03 Jan 2017