Reinstatement as an Alberta Land Surveyor

A retired member may apply to the Registration Committee to be reinstated as an Alberta Land Surveyor.
 

Reinstatement Requirements

If a retired member would like to be reinstated as an Alberta Land Surveyor, the retired member must first complete an application to the Registration Committee.

The purpose of the application is to satisfy the Registration Committee that the retired member is still familiar and up to date with current standards and practice and that the retired member is still of good character.

The retired member will be required to attend an interview with the Registration Committee to review the application.

If the retired member has been retired less than three years, the retired member is eligible to be re-instated as an Alberta Land Surveyor at the discretion of the Registration Committee.

If the retired member has been retired more than three years – but less than seven years - the retired member must pass the oral qualifying examination before being eligible to be re-instated as an Alberta Land Surveyor.

If the retired member has been retired more than seven years, the retired member must  pass the regularly-scheduled Principles & Practice of Land Surveying One and Principles & Practice of Land Surveying Two examinations and the oral qualifying examination before being eligible to be re-instated as an Alberta Land Surveyor.

The retired member must pay the annual fees, dues and levies (as may be pro-rated) before being reinstated. The retired member must also pay any outstanding invoices before being reinstated as an Alberta Land Surveyor.

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