Qualifying practical experience must be in the form of broad based, progressive learning in the fundamental knowledge of land surveying theory and practice. Practical experience must be under the direct supervision of a person authorized to practice land surveying by a board recognized authority. The breadth of experience, while not limited to, shall include:
(1) Performing complex survey calculations;
(2) Conducting boundary and corner research;
(3) Preparing and using property descriptions;
(4) Understanding and applying fundamental boundary and topographic principles;
(5) Making and/or analyzing horizontal and vertical control measurements; and
(6) Being skilled in survey equipment care and usage.
Practical experience gained while enrolled in a board approved curriculum will be considered as part of the educational process and not be recognized as separate experience. No more than one year of experience will be granted for one calendar year.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.43.035
. WSR 14-07-106, § 196-21-020, filed 3/19/14, effective 4/19/14. Statutory Authority: Chapters 18.43
RCW. WSR 04-04-001, § 196-21-020, filed 1/21/04, effective 2/21/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.43.035
. WSR 96-11-086, § 196-21-020, filed 5/14/96, effective 7/1/96.]