For Articling Pupils

Articling Pupils

This section is intended for individuals who are already articling or are about to article. For more information about becoming an Alberta Land Surveyor, please visit the careers section of the website.

Affidavits of Service

Due annually on January 15.

Written Exams

  • Principles & Practice of Land Surveying One - postponed until October 2020
  • Principles & Practice of Land Surveying Two - October 8, 2019
Qualifying Exam Dates

Postponed until June 2020.
Two dates in June will be set in Edmonton and Calgary. 
Pupils that were scheduled in April will have first choice of June dates. After that, pupils that have already applied for their qualifying exam can sign up for a June sitting.
The Registration Committee will continue to monitor COVID-19 and may revisit this decision in May. 

Extension of Articles
All articles will be extended by 6 months.
NO fee or application is required. 
Any principal who is opposed to extending their pupil’s articles must contact Rosalind Broderick (broderick@alsa.ab.ca) within 30 days from the date of the notice to the membership.
As every articling pupil is being accommodated for COVID-19, this will not considered an extenuating circumstance in the future. 
Initial/transfer/unemployment interviews will continue to be done.
All interviews will be done by Go To Meeting. 
Michelle Woywitka will be setting up new times.
Project Reports

For articling students, a minimum of one project report must be submitted within two years of the student signing articles. Only digital reports will be accepted.

Reports shall be submitted to the Michelle Woywitka (woywitka@alsa.ab.ca) in digital format (pdf only). This should be provided using file sharing software or an ftp site as most reports are too large to send through email.

Links for Articling Pupils

Previous Exams


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The Alberta Land Surveyors' Association (ALSA) is a self-governing professional association legislated under the Land Surveyors Act. The Association regulates the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public and administration of the profession.