The Northern Kentucky Chapter of KAPS will be hosting an in-person spring seminar taught by Nicholas Jerdon, PLS, Kyle Elliott, PLS, Bud Salyer, Attorney, and Tim Tong, PLS on April 22, 2023 at Riegler Blacktop's Training Room in Florence, KY. All times are Eastern.
Breakfast Snacks Provided
8:00 - 12:00 Standards of Practice taught by Nicholas Jerdon, PLS
Focus on the Standards of Practice – KRS & KAR, our responsibility to protect the public; KRS Chapter 322 – definitions, exceptions, licensure requirements, investigation/complaints, makeup of the board & qualifications; code of Professional Practice and Conduct – definitions, conflict of interest, records retention, qualifications/competence, direct supervision; Standards of Practice – history of the Standards, most common Standards of Practice deficiencies, definitions, classifications for surveys, measurement specifications, monumentation, Section 13 non-boundary survey work; Q&A
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch Provided
1:00 - 2:00 Board of Licensure Report from Kyle Elliott, PLS
Licensure – its importance, history, and recent attacks on it
2:00 - 3:00 Monument Doctrine taught by Bud Salyer, Attorney
A concentrated discussion of the doctrine of monuments, and what you do when there are no monuments or they can’t be found.
3:00 - 5:00 Modern LiDAR Techniques for Land Surveyors taught by Tim Tong, PLS
In this course, you will learn the role of LiDAR in modern surveying applications. This can go from topos, to ALTAs to stream restoration surveys. New technology is already out in the wild and things are becoming less expensive and less complex, which can allow for a better deliverable and higher confidence in those results.
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