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2023 PLSC Refresher Course

This course offers a review and self-study plan for those taking the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) and Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) examinations. The course is designed to aid candidates in developing and expanding exam-taking proficiencies. The Wednesday evening classes will be 3 hours in length, starting promptly at 6:00 PM.

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Fundamentals of Surveying
1Wed., Jan. 4Course Overview, Exam Skills and Testing Basics
2Wed., Jan. 11Survey Computations I
3Wed., Jan. 18Survey Computations II
4Wed., Jan. 25GIS, State Plane, Geodesy
5Wed., Feb. 1Boundary Law and Legal Terms

Principles and Practice and Colorado Specific
6Wed., Feb 8Public Land Survey System
7Wed., Feb 15Colorado Survey Law I
 Feb. 21-24Rocky Mountain Surveyors Summit
8Wed., Mar. 1Colorado Survey Law II
9Wed., Mar. 8Ethics/PS&FS Topics 
10Wed., Mar. 15Mock PS and FS Examinations

Registration, Fee, Location
Registration is open beginning Monday, Novemeber 1, 2022 through PLSC.

The fee for the entire course is $425 or $75 per individual class.

Classes will be held at Harris Kocher Smith, 1120 Lincoln St., Denver, CO 80203. Online classes will be broadcast each night, and recordings will be available 1-2 weeks after the last class. For questions, contact Becky Roland, Executive Director, PLSC, 303-551-3266, Visit the NCEES site at to learn more about the FS and PS examinations.

Registrants will be provided a link for online viewing and participation. 
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Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado
PO Box 441069
Aurora, CO 80044
Phone - (303) 551-3266 Fax - (720) 230-4846
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