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Looking for CEUs but can't find or get to in-person events? This is a library of ISPLS-sponsored, CEU-approved webinars.

Click on the title for any webinar you are interested in. NOTE: A short quiz is required after each webinar in order to earn CEU credit. All recordings cost $35 for ISPLS members and $55 for non-members.

Links are removed when an updated version of the same presentation is offered or after three years, whichever comes first.


Scopes & Quotes In this session, the differences between types of bids, quotes, and proposal for services will be examined as well as a review of various types of contracts for services. Methods of scope preparation for surveying projects including several different types of services will be analyzed. Scenarios from real-world situations will be included to demonstrate the topics covered. Lisa Dobrowski-Sheyte, Windrose Land Services 1 Elective June 12
Questions for Curious Surveyors: A Case Law ReviewA description of proper application of theory of location is required as part of the surveyor’s report in Indiana, which includes knowing and understanding relevant course precedent. In this webinar we will review several court cases and try to summarize the key points we should take away from them. Topics include common vs. statutory highway dedication, land and water easements and drone usage. Kory Allred, Parkland College 1Mandatory June 05
Best Available Floodplain LayerThis webinar will explain what the “Best Available Floodplain Layer” is and the use of this layer for regulating development in local communities under the requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program, and provide live demonstrations of a couple of the Division of Water’s websites to showcase the information available to professionals to provide you the most up-to-date information available.
 Doug Wagner,
DNR Division of Water
 Elective May 29
Aerial Mapping & Accuracy UAV, Manned Aircraft, Photogrammetry, LiDAR – how do you plan a project correctly and what factors affect the accuracy of the deliverables?
Jason Heywood,
DroneView Technologies
1 Elective May 22
Overview of the Elevation Certificate The Elevation Certificate (EC) is a relatively simple form but completing it correctly can be challenging given the rules and requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Doug Wagner,
DNR Division of Water
 Elective May 15
Making Survey Workflow More Efficient To stay ahead of the competition, your company needs to be able to use its resources wisely. The investment in people and technology can be a hefty one. In this session, we will explore ways to maximize the return on your investments by building efficiencies in the survey workflow. Lisa Dobrowski-Shetye,
Windrose Land Services
1 Elective May 8
Creating Surveys with Drone Data This session is designed to help surveyors avoid common drone surveying pitfalls and develop a proven workflow to get from flying the drone to finishing in CAD.
Logan Campbell,
1 Elective April 3
Basic Least Squares for Land Surveyors Introduces surveyors to the concepts of Relative Positional Accuracy and 95% Confidence Interval per 865 IAC 1-12-2(h), and how to test Relative Positional Accuracy by a “minimally constrained, correctly weighted least squares adjustment” per 865 IAC 1-12-7(f).
Bryan Catlin,
Marion County Surveyor's Office
1 Mandatory June 15


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