UniSA Presentation - Role of The Surveyors Board
On Monday 4th November 2019, nine UniSA Master in Surveying Students were invited to an evening presentation in the Boardroom of the Surveyors Board SA
Mr Joe D’Aloia Chair of the Surveyors Board SA presented to the students the Role of the Board and the procedures for students to follow once they become Registered Surveying Graduates.
Mr Scott Allen, Academic Member to the Board supported the presentation and the support provided by the Surveying Profession in South Australia.
The Master Students following their studies will enter the profession as Registered Surveying Graduates where they will continue their training in a practical sense under supervision of a Licensed Surveyor. On completion they will become Licensed Surveyors.
The Surveyors Board SA currently has 30 Registered Surveying Graduates under practical supervision working towards their Licenses.
The relationship between University of South Australia and the Surveyors Board SA is now in it’s 10th year with a new Education Funding Agreement to commence in 2020 for another 4 years. The total contribution from the Surveying Profession in South Australia to date is $1.8m
This unique relationship between the educators and the profession is recognised nationally throughout the Surveying Professionals of Australia.