Continuing Professional Development for Canada's Professional Surveyors
Développement professionnel continu pour les arpenteurs-géomètre du Canada

This website is a cooperative of Canada's Provincial and Federal Professional Land Surveying Associations and public and private education providers for the purpose of advancing Continuing Professional Development of Canada's professional Land Surveyors.

Ce site a été conçu en collaboration avec les ordres provinciaux et fédéraux d’arpenteurs-géomètres du Canada ainsi que des fournisseurs de formation publics et privés dans le but de faire progresser le développement professionnel continu des arpenteurs-géomètres du Canada.

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GeoEd is a place where surveyors across Canada can connect about CPD opportunities, whether by participating on the forum or watching them through GeoEd.

If you’re interested in CPD opportunities in your area, please see here and search by your province to see what’s coming up, or see our calendar of events!

Here are the latest CPD Updates:

An Exploration of Websites Useful to the BC Land Surveyor and other Land Related Professionals
This series consists of webinars and presented by Brent Taylor on behalf of the ABCLS. The courses can be found here.


Expert Witness Course

Developed in collaboration with GeoEd, Four Point Learning is offering a self-paced course which covers all aspects of the professional land surveyor serving as an expert witness.  This new course will be of particular interest to land surveyors who want to be better prepared in their role of assisting the decision maker in a legal proceeding.

Four Point Learning is a GeoEd Registered Provider!


Understanding Indigenous Issues and Building Respectful Relationships with First Nations

This online course consists of nine 1 hour video sessions with course work to do at the participants’ leisure.

The presenters of this course are Robert Harding, BA, BSW, MSW, PhD, RSW and Gwen Point, BEd, MEd, EdD (cand.) from the University of Fraser Valley.

The course is eligible for 12 CPD hours and consist of three modules.

  • How we know what we know about Indigenous Issues: Media representations, past and present
  • Cross cultural issues & building mutual respect with Indigenous peoples & nations: General principles
  • Employment, hiring and retention, human resources, and building a supportive environment for Indigenous employees

To purchase this course, please click here.
Researching Boundary Case Law and Resources for Surveyors

This new webinar is available at Four Point Learning’s Site here:

We expect this to be of particular interest to cadastral surveyors in Canada. In addition to demonstrating several case law searches, this webinar also introduces research techniques and provides an online guide of basic concepts to understand what is authoritative, under appeal, or relevant.

This post is also available in: French