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ID: 1440
Category: SFC-Sanitation Facilities Construction
Dates: 12/3/12-12/7/12
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Description: This course is designed to teach basic surveying principles and skills needed by IHS engineers and construction personnel. The course includes classroom instruction combined with field application of land surveying techniques. Lessons include pacing, leveling, traversing, topographic surveying and grade staking. 3.0 CEUs
Learning Outcomes: • Identify, set up, and operate the equipment needed for level loops, topographic surveys, and traverses • Learn basic calculations for pacing, level loops, topographic surveys, and traverses • Become familiar with survey accuracy standards • Perform construction staking for utility lines and earthwork construction • Become familiar with terminology used in land or property descriptions
Prerequisites: None
Instructors: NA
CEU: 3 -
Status: Completed