Becoming an Examiner
The Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria uses the services of
Licensed Surveyors to examine the projects and surveys submitted by
graduate surveyors under Professional Training Agreements. It is
through the profession's involvement in the Professional Training
Agreement process that the Board is able to ensure the sustainability
The Board-appointed examiners assess the projects and surveys (Cadastral
Law Projects, Rural and Urban Cadastral Surveys) for compliance with regulations and cadastral surveying
best practice. Guidelines, checklists and samples are available to
the examiners to assist their assessment. To maintain consistency
in standards, all examiners’ reports are perused by a nominated
Board member (moderator) to confirm the examiner recommendations
and ensure consistency of marking across the project or survey topic.
As an incentive for Licensed Surveyors to become examiners and to
provide an efficient system, the Board has determined that:
- examiners will be awarded 3 Cadastral Survey Practice
FPET points per project or survey examined, with a maximum
of 6 points in each FPET period.
- examinations are to be completed within 2 to 4 weeks,
with written examination reports to be supplied.
- if projects or surveys are requisitioned by the examiner,
he/she is required to re-examine the corrected project or
- there is a payment of $250 for the initial examination
of each project or survey (re-examinations do not attract
- communication is imperative between the examiner and
moderator to ensure that reports are consistent to ensure graduate surveyors obtain the appropriate information regarding their
Please contact the Board if you wish to become an examiner of projects or surveys.