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Congratulations to the June 2019 CFedS

Congratulations!

  • Eric Ansart
  • William Bradley
  • Paul Fridley
  • Julia Keilman
  • Richard Mulliken
  • James Nordlund
  • Peter Paulus
  • Quentin Schukar
  • Robin Suber
  • David Ulrey

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2019 APLS Conference - Private-Federal Boundary Determination

For those CFedS who attended the Arizona (APLS) 2019 Convention CFedS Workshop: Private-Federal Boundary Determination – Scottsdale, Arizona May 9, 2019, you can download the workshop handout by selecting the link below.

You will receive a total of 2 CFedS Continuing Education Credits upon successfully passing the quiz.

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Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor Announced

The BLM is happy to announce that Dominica Van Koten has been selected as the new permanent Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor. Dominica has spent the last 11 years as the BLM Eastern States Office, Chief Cadastral Surveyor.

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20 Week Training Model

The CFedS training is designed to be a self paced, distance learning program, flexible enough to adjust to the schedules of busy professionals. However, some of you prefer more structure and contact time with instructors.

We have developed a 20 week schedule designed to provide structure to the training by dividing the training into 2 week portions. It will require 5-10 hours of study time per week to complete all the material in the course and properly prepare you for the exam. Bi-weekly conference calls will focus on material covered in the previous two weeks. In addition to answering any questions you might have, we will identify and discuss areas that seem to cause the most problems on exam day.

The Schedule begins May 5th with the first conference call, and finishes September 22nd, allowing nearly 2 weeks to study before the exam on October 3rd.

This is not required. You may complete the training on your own schedule if you desire, but for many of you this might help schedule your time and stay on track.

Added: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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