Principles of setting out and surveying training
Surveying is an exciting, rewarding, and secure profession, there is a great demand for competent engineers and surveyors. As an assistant engineer, you could be making £100-150 per day
The beginner to intermediate level surveying course is offered at weekends on both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Its aim is to prepare you for advanced and enhanced levels of this course, also to save you from taking time off work during weekdays and losing pay whilst learning.
It is suitable for those new to construction engineering and surveying, with little or no experience in using surveying equipment.
In this course, you will be introduced to the mathematics of surveying, principles of surveying, levelling, construction drawings, and introduction to Total stations.
A must course for every junior engineer or surveyor
Duration: This course is completed in 8 sessions in one month 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
4 Saturdays and 4 Sundays in one month, £1595 plus VAT (£1914)
Please note that we do not issue a full qualification certificate for this course as you would not have achieved the degree of experience required from a nationally recognised qualification. However, learners can achieve individual units of the qualification.
Beginner to intermediate
This course is aimed at assistant engineers, junior engineers, site engineers and surveyors who need to learn more about principles of surveying and setting out.