The Survey and Spatial New Zealand Certification of Professional Engineering Surveying Competence is formal recognition of professional and technical competencies achieved against standards and technical sign off requirements.
The Survey and Spatial New Zealand Certification of Professional Land Development Engineering Competence is formal recognition of professional and technical competencies achieved against Civil Engineering standards and technical sign off requirements.
The December 2022 issue features features land and the environment.
The September 2022 magazine, edition 109 features a spatial theme with a wide range of topics from across the spatial industries.
Surveyors work with high-tech instruments such as GPS (global positioning systems) and robotic laser scanners to collect measurements.
Spatial professionals deal with information based on location. This information describes the Earth, its physical features on both land, water and man-made environments
An online book published in 2012 with historical descriptions and details of land title surveying in New Zealand.
A refereed journal published by S+SNZ containing material of an academic and technical nature. This Special Edition honours the Tuia 250 theme of ‘Tuia te muka tangata ki uta.
A monthly online newsletter emailed to members.
S+SNZ, in conjunction with CSNZ, LINZ and external traffic management consultants have prepared a National Traffic Practice Note and Best Practice Guide for Land Surveying.