"Mr. ALTA" completes tour-de-force batch of benchmark-setting courses

GeoLearn is proud to present a FREE ½ hour course on what's changed with the ALTA/ACSM standards as well as an overview of the new standards as updated on February 23rd, 2016. These changes have been jointly adopted by the two leading organizations committed to providing guidelines for excellence in land title problem-solving and proactive problem prevention. We are also excited to announce an ALL-NEW set of seven detailed tutorials on the Standards taught by Gary Kent. Gary is a 33-year veteran at The Schneider Corporation of Indianapolis and is the nation's most acclaimed expert on these surveys. He chairs the ALTA and NSPS committees responsible for setting the Standards and all offered courses carry approval for professional development hours (PDHs) from the highly acclaimed ABET-accredited geospatial program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

Gary Kent Teaching Land Surveyor PDH at GeoLearnGary's 7-course series for licensed land title survey professionals and their teams includes information on: introductory concepts, measurements standards, records research, fieldwork, plat and map creation, certification and deliverables, as well as Table A. "Land surveyors are relied upon by professionals in the title and real estate industry to be the 'boots on the ground' in collecting, evaluating, and reporting evidence of potential title problems relating to real property.  This is most typically accomplished through the execution of ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys. It is my hope that this new set of courses will help survey practitioners achieve a consistent level of excellence in serving the needs of clients and others who will rely on their surveys," said Gary Kent.

If not seeking PDH credit, we urge readers to view and share the link to GeoLearn's YouTube channel where we provide an overview of What's Changed with the ALTA/NSPS Standards free of charge. Associations, companies and individuals are also encouraged to link to this resource on their own websites as a way of disseminating this information more widely to the professional and technician community.