Renewing your Practising Certificate
To renew your practising Certificate, you must pay a renewal fee and submit an Continuous Education diary. The current fees are set out in Schedule 1 of the Licensed Surveyors (Licensing and Registration) Regulations 1990.
All licensed surveyors are required to pay annual registration fees. The current fees are set out in Schedule 1 of the Licensed Surveyors (Licensing and Registration) Regulations 1990.
Continuous Professional Development
Section 11A of the Licensed Surveyors Act 1909 requires a licensed surveyor to undertake continuing education. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in cadastral surveying in accordance with a determination of the Board. The Board sees CPD as playing a fundamental role in preserving the high quality of cadastral surveying in Western Australia.
Gaining registration in another State
The Surveyors Boards of the Australian States and Territories and New Zealand have had reciprocal arrangements in place since 1892. Licensed Surveyors from Western Australia may apply for registration in another State or Territory of Australia or New Zealand by applying for a Letter of Accreditation. Having applied for the Letter of Accreditation, contact the Board where you wish to become registered and request their application forms and the registration fees payable.
Becoming a Supervising Surveyor
A Supervising Surveyor must be a licensed surveyor who has been registered for more than two years.
Updating your contact details
Update your contact details online or by contacting the office