Warren, PA (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
Building on its 25-year foundation in CE for licensed professionals, McKissock is proud to announce the roll-out of a correspondence curriculum for land surveying starting in Alaska, Alabama, Maine, North Carolina, Ohio and Wyoming.
The correspondence books are tailored to the needs of land surveyors in each state, providing anywhere from 12 to 30 of their required continuing professional development hours. This new format is intended to make it easier for land surveyors to fulfill their state license renewal requirements. “With a correspondence book, professionals can complete their coursework at their own pace: an hour here, fifteen minutes there,” product manager for Appraisal and Green Energy Anna Duong said. “This format combines quality coursework and convenience, making it ideal for the busy professional trying to fit CE into his or her schedule.”
With topics of study ranging from Legal Descriptions and Self-Defense for Professionals to Water Rights and Disputes Between Adjoining Landowners, these correspondence books will supplement McKissock’s online course offerings for land surveying.
Distribution of books in Alaska, Alabama, Maine, North Carolina, Ohio and Wyoming is scheduled to begin in mid-October, with correspondence curricula for additional states rolling out later in the year.
McKissock is the leading provider of qualifying and continuing education for licensed professionals. Over the past 25 years, the company has created thousands of hours of curriculum that help professional real estate agents, appraisers, architects, land surveyors and home inspectors advance their careers while meeting their state education requirements. Earning an average rating of 4.25 out of 5 stars, McKissock classes are offered in four different formats (online, live webinar, correspondence book, and live seminar classes) so professionals can customize their education to fit their learning styles and schedules.