Land Surveyors University Level One Mission:

Plan a Survey

Choose a location you have access to and describe how you would set up a survey for a development project. (residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, etc.)

Deadline for Level 1 Mission:  August 1, 2012; 1 Aug 2012.  

Your mission for Level One of Land Surveyors University is to show evidence that you completed the mission in the form of written description(s), photo(s) video(s), etc. The amount of evidence that you provide is entirely up to you, but be aware that the more evidence you provide, the more points you will receive for the mission.

Results submitted for this level will be assigned a point value according to the Land Surveyors University Point System

Be aware that points are cumulative throughout all levels and the more points gathered in the first levels, the more likely it will be that you find your way to the top.

Tips to Help You Along the Way to Level Ten

Add your Level 1 submittal here.

Land Surveyors University Level One Mission:

Choose a location you have access to and describe how you would set up a survey for a development project. (residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, etc.)

Your mission for Level One of Land Surveyors University is to show evidence that you completed the mission in the form of written description(s), photo(s) video(s), etc. The amount of evidence that you provide is entirely up to you, but be aware that the more evidence you provide, the more points you will receive for the mission.

Results submitted for this level will be assigned a point value according to the Land Surveyors University Point System

Be aware that points are cumulative throughout all levels and the more points gathered in the first levels, the more likely it will be that you find your way to the top.

Tips to Help You Along the Way to Level Ten

Add your Level 1 submittal here.

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New Rules for Level Mission Completion:

In our beta phase of Land Surveyors University, we had a dedicated form for members to fill out once they completed a mission.  Now the rules have changed and this will remain the format for submitting levels through the year. I am going to attempt to be as clear and concise as possible so that this translates into other languages with clarity.

1) To submit evidence of a completed level, you must Start a New Discussion within the group forum of the level you are completing.

For example: For Level One, you must start a new discussion here.

2) Your photos and videos accompanying your submission must be found within your post, with the descriptions of how you accomplished the mission written inside along with your media.

For example: If you took photos or video of your development project for Level One Mission, you would Start a new post, Give it a good title, Describe the site, plan of action and then upload the photos and videos inside the post. Be sure to note the location and any sorts of obsticles you anticipate with surveying this hypothetical site. Simple right?

3) Finally, you must provide the subject tag for the particular level you are submitting.

For Example: If you are submitting evidence for Level One of Land Surveyors University, tag your post with 'levelone' without the ''.

 

This will be the format for all Ten Levels of Land Surveyors University.  It will ensure that you have as much room as needed to describe your mission and evidence and it will prevent anything from being lost in a form submission.  If you have any questions or concerns, please write me.  Good luck Surveyors!

That was a clever way to go. Made the whole procedure so much easier :)

I am new to all this and I am having difficulty finding the level one requirements.  I see that there are rules, procedures and how this all is beneficial. What I can't find is the "what to do for the level". I did find a simple thing, setting up a total station. I also found something of a survey plan which is dated as being over. Direction is what I am looking for. thank you.

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