THE LAND SURVEYOR:
He is a liberal professional whose practice is governed by law (law of 7 May 1946). In order to guarantee the mastery of technical and legal skills, the profession is supervised and access is limited: Diploma of Engineer (Bac+5) or Diploma of Land Surveyor DPLG. The DPLG land surveyor is subject to a number of obligations: being registered in the register of expert surveyors, ethics, insurance, transparency, etc...
The surveyor "carries out studies and topographic work to establish the limits of landed property and, as such, draws up, at all scales and in any form whatsoever, plans and topographic documents concerning the definition of rights attached to landed property, such as plans for the division, sharing, sale and exchange of landed property, plans for the demarcation or delimitation of landed property... Article 1 of the law of 7 May 1946.
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- Holder of an engineering degree.
- Holder of a master's degree in the field of engineering sciences, urban planning, architecture, landscape, geomatics and topography.
- Holder of a diploma from the CNAM Institute of Topometry.
- Holder of a BAC+2 in the subject justifying 5 to 8 years of professional practice.
ADMISSION DEADLINES :
- Send the application 15 days before the start of the academics.
DISABILITY ACCESSIBILITY :
MODULE 1: LAW / 112 HOURS (2 SESSIONS OF 56 HOURS)
Private Law (56 h)
- Introduction to law: Concepts and generalities of law, jurisdictional organisation, law of evidence, subjects of law, sources of law.
- Law of obligations: Law of the main contracts, regime of the obligation, law of the contractual and tortious civil liability.
- Property law: the right of ownership and its dismemberments, possession, the system of easements.
Public law (56 h)
- Fundamentals of public law: general public law (basics of constitutional law), administrative law.
- Specialised public law subjects: town planning law, development operations and procedures, environmental law and rural law.
MODULE 2: MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND GEOMATICS / 112 HOURS (1 SESSION)
- Geodesy: geometric geodesy, physical geodesy, spatial geodesy, reference systems, map projections.
- Topography: Angular and length measurements, direct and indirect levelling, tacheometric measurements, topographic work, GNSS survey, practical field work, indoor use of measurements. Use of GNSS measurements as a tool for measuring deformation during the course.
- Photogrammetry: Introduction to digital imaging, application to photogrammetry. Terrestrial and aerial lidar.
- Detection of underground networks: Introduction to the detection of underground networks by subsurface geophysical methods. Georeferencing of identified networks.
- Geographic Information System: Introduction to GIS, formats and organisation of geographic data (raster/vector GIS), geo-referencing and data projection systems (2D-pseudo3D), creation of geo-localised databases, application to the management of parcel mapping, 3D visualisation, integration of GPS data.
MODULE 3A: SPATIAL PLANNING / 56 HOURS (1 SESSION)
- Planning : Is planning a constant in societies? Planning in time and space. The notion of planning and the role of geographers. History of French regional planning policy. From the administrative "mille-feuilles" to the functioning of local authorities, the challenges of territorial reform. Policies applied to specific areas: rural/coastal/mountain areas. Land use: tensions and conflicts of use.
- Urban planning: the city, statistical definition, division and organisation of urban space. Urban planning and development: actors, laws and practices of the city within the French territory. The major housing policies. Planning and use of public spaces. Organising mobility in the city. Productive systems in French cities. The tools of large-scale urban planning. Operational urban planning tools: POS, PLU, SCOT. The sustainable city (energy, biodiversity, eco-neighbourhoods) in the challenge of urban recompositions. Drawing up risk prevention plans (PPRi, PPRn, etc.). Management of watercourses in urban areas. Green and blue networks in France. Territory Observatories: landscape observatory and land observatory (consumption of agricultural space, property dynamics, etc.)
- Urban planning workshop: Implementation of knowledge in regulatory and operational urban planning. Drawing up a PLU and its articulation with a SCOT. Managing urban planning in a medium-sized town using urban planning documents and the PLU: regulatory application.
MODULE 3B: PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT / 56 HOURS (1 SESSION)
- Division: Division of land ownership, land delimitation, co-ownership, division into volumes.
- Real estate management and mediation: co-ownership administration, rental evaluation, accounting, taxation.
- Valuation: Property valuation methods.
- Cadastre: French cadastre, international cadastral systems.
OPTIONAL MEMORY SUPPORT MODULE :
- Definition of the subject of the thesis.
The USMB, as the institution that implements the academics modules, can participate in the definition of the dissertation topics proposed by the candidates. Indeed, the problematic developed in the dissertation must be "defined" by the candidate in consultation with the internship supervisor and a teacher who is a member of the educational team in charge of implementing the study seminars" (article 3 of the order of February 1, 2011). The teachers do not suggest topics but can help you reframe yours. This topic must be likely to advance the profession, based on your experience and the data you may have.
Locations of the academics :
- UFR Sciences & Montagne, Science Campus 73376 Le Bourget-du-Lac.
- Faculty of Law Domaine Universitaire de Jacob-Bellecombette 73011 Chambéry.
Duration of the academics :
- 4 modules from 8 to 16 days.
Number of employees :
- 30 interns maximum.
Contents of the academics :
- Module 1: Law
- Module 2: Measurement Science and Geomatics
- Module 3A: Land use planning
- Module 3B: Property Development
- Module to accompany the dissertation
Cost of academics (conventional rates):
- Cost of the 56-hour module: €2,400
- Cost of the 112-hour module: €4,800
- Cost of the optional module to support the design of the dissertation: €1,200
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