GeoLearn is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors (MSPS) to provide customized product training for its members.
With GeoLearn's abilities, MSPS can provide more options to its members who seek continuing education opportunities. By accessing the online learning portal through the MSPS website, professional land surveyors and their staff can conveniently improve or refresh their knowledge base of land surveying practices relevant to Missouri.
The online interface is easy to use, affordable, and provides a tool to inventory all course work taken through GeoLearn for easily tracking continuing education credits earned. This is a modern way to get a quality service and course content that is specifically addressed to Missouri-licensed land surveyors. The coursework is available with no delay once a person is signed up for the presentation they select. There is also the convenience of being able to enter the portal and get continuing education credits anytime, at anyplace.
"We're happy to partner with MSPS in providing online training. We've already collaborated with them, Seiler and Mo DOT in producing a free course for the public, on how to use the Missouri DOT Real Time (GPS) Network; many users, not just surveyors, have questions about the network, how they can access it and use it," said GeoLearn CEO Joe Paiva. In addition MSPS has launched two Missouri-specific courses on survey minimum standards, presented by J. Michael Flowers, PLS.
The Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors is the premier professional association in Missouri for those engaged in the practice of land surveying. Its purposes include representing the interests of, and to be the primary voice for, the surveying profession in the state; elevating the standards of practice for land surveying in the state for the benefit the public; supporting the general public and offices of public records by encouraging the delivery of superior land surveying services that upgrade land records; sponsoring legislation and educational programs beneficial to the public and land surveyors; and striving to improve the professional recognition of the profession by the public and other related professions. www.missourisurveyor.org. For direct access to the online portal, Click Here.