Surveyor (Land-Road)

Surveyor (Land-Road)
Introduction
This course furnishes you with the functional abilities you have to effectively do the part of Road Surveyor. You will create abilities in the accumulation of spatial information identified with designing structures, streets, railroads and mining operations. You will likewise create aptitudes in the operation of advanced overview gear and programming, including GPS, and how to utilize this hardware to do complex review ventures, including open pit mine operations and the handling of study information to deliver PC supported building drawings and mine arrangements.

General Information
Course Industry:
Surveyor (Land-Road)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Sher Khan
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
20000 PKR ($400)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

•           Develope a comprehension of looking over standards.

•           Define overview phrasing.

•           Understand the essential aptitudes of looking over work including separation and              point estimations.

•           Describe the segments of the aggregate station.

•           Develope aptitudes in utilizing other looking over instrumentation.

•           Set up an aggregate station over a point.

•           Calibrate an aggregate station for separation estimation.

•           Calibrate an aggregate station for point estimation.

•           Adjust all out station operational settings for an assortment of situations.

•           Understand how to gather, record, and examine development reviewing                                    estimations.

•           Learn how to lead an assortment of reviewing activities (with accentuation on                           design overviews).

•           Measure level points.

•           Measure apex points.

•           Measure incline separations.

•           Measure reflector less and infra red separation estimations.

•           Collect manual and computerized field information.

•           Carry out a shut cross utilizing an aggregate station.

•           Develop a comprehension of applying fundamental development studying                               strategies in the field.

•           Demonstrate a comprehension of how to perform fundamental studying                                  calculations.

•           Carry out a 3D topographic review utilizing an aggregate station.

•           Use on-board station programming for review investigation.

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training: Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                      One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                  Six (06) hour daily                (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS

Geographic Information Systems

  •          Geographic Information Systems intro
  •          Tools & techniques of GIS
  •          Hands-on experience Utilizing GIS software

Professional Ethics for Surveyors

  •          Professional ethics
  •          Standards of practice & codes of conduct
  •          Industry Rules and requirements

Plane Surveying

  •          History of surveying
  •          Theory of measurement and errors
  •          Theory of leveling, angles, bearings, and azimuths
  •          Introduction to coordinate geometry
  •          Public Land Survey System.

Introduction to CAD and surveying software

  •          Essential PC drafting operations (drawing and building lines, circles, bends,
  •          Polygons and different shapes, and the situation of content on drawings)
  •          Surveying capacities
  •          Coordinate geometry (COGO) (plan, region, explanation, and area surface                                demonstrating)
  •          Procedures and wording

Construction and Route Surveying

  •          Construction and route applications of surveying
  •          Automatic levels
  •          Total stations and data collectors
  •          Field work and computations
  •          Topographic surveying
  •          Horizontal and vertical curves
  •          Components of route surveying

Boundary Surveying

  •          Courthouse research
  •          GLO notes and plats
  •          History and analysis of Land Survey System
  •          Astronomical observations
  •          Surveying software

Boundary Evidence and Procedures

  •          Find limits on the ground
  •          Methods of making proof for the future surveyor so that limit areas might be                         sustained.

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

  •          arrange, execute, and break down a GPS study
  •          hypothetical foundation and the utilization of overview evaluation GPS hardware              and programming
  •          Mission arranging, field ventures, post-preparing, reports, topographic maps,                       NGS datasheets and landmark recuperation

Topographic and Civil Mapping

  •          basic civil drafting techniques
  •          mapping scales and symbols
  •          surveying fundamentals
  •          relevant mathematical calculations
  •          horizontal and vertical curves
  •          Contour lines, profiles, highway layout, and earthwork.

Surveying Instruments

Hands on Training of:

  •          The transit
  •          Theodolites
  •          Compass
  •          Electronic total station
  •          Engineer's level
  •          Auto compensating level
  •          Alidade
  •          Scientific calculator
  •          Global positioning systems

Surveying Computations

  •          Mathematical techniques required in development, land, and designing studies
  •          Use of logical number crunchers
  •          Mathematical calculations required to lessen field information and estimation                     to balanced information
  •          The decrease of separation, course, and rises
  •          Traverse calculations
  •          Curve stakeout calculations

Topographical Mapping

  •          Principles of land mapping
  •          Field portraying, plotting, crosses, and stadia notes to create topographic what's                  more, planimetric maps
  •          Plotting cross areas and profiles
  •          The utilization of the planimeter
  •          Development of evaluating arrangement
  •          Standards on Mapping and Photogrammetry