IAAO 601 November 14-18

In conjunction with the NC Association of Assessment Officials (NCAAO) the NCPMA will be offering IAAO Course 601 — Cadastral Mapping Methods and Applications from November 14-18, 2016 at the Sheraton Greensboro Four Seasons. This class will be held in conjunction with the NCAAO Fall Conference going on there simultaneously.

Online Registration (through cVent)

The cost for this course is $550. The instructor will be Roger Gilliam, CAE. Course 601 is one of the requirements for the IAAO CMS (Cadastral Mapping Specialist) Designation. IAAO Courses 101 and 600 are recommended to be taken before this course, but are not required prerequisites. Anyone who has completed both levels of NCPMA Mapping School should be able to handle this content without much difficulty.The course description from IAAO follows:

Course 601 – Cadastral Mapping Methods & Applications

Cadastral Mapping-Methods and Applications is intended to be a continuation of the mapping science curriculum. It exposes students to aspects of protocol and legal principles that are not covered in Course 600.  This course utilizes lectures, classroom discussion and exercises to emphasize the main concepts and procedures taught during the week.
Recommended: Course 101, Course 600 – 30 hours CE

Contact Tina Stone (Tina.Stone@ncdor.gov) or Kevin Locklear (Kevin.Locklear@wakegov.com) with questions.

 

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