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Media Release - New Australian Standard for Undergroud Utilities
Interference with Underground Services when Locating or Placing Survey Marks
Determining the Future Demand, Supply and Skills Gap for Surveying and Geospatial Professionals
SMIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP FOR PART-TIME TAFE TEACHERS
The Surveying & Mapping Industry Council of NSW has signed a landmark agreement with TAFE NSW to fund a scholarship program for potential part-time teachers in Surveying and Spatial Information who are studying towards their TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. This qualification is a pre-requisite for teaching at TAFE. Initial financial support has been obtained from the Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors Ltd, the Land & Property Management Authority and the Institution of Surveyors NSW Inc.
The Agreement was signed by Pam Christie, Deputy Director General TAFE & Community Education and Mark Gordon, Chairman of SMIC. The scholarships are to a value of up to one thousand dollars, and TAFE NSW regards this this Agreement as a model for other industry scholarship agreements.
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Mark Gordon, SMIC Chairman signing the Scholarship Agreement with Graeme Smith, Education Training Manager at TAFE NSW.