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Total Station Training Course 901043 €295.00

USERS/USES

Who should attend?

If you work on a construction site in any capacity that involves setting out or surveying for new buildings you should know how to use a total station.  This course will cover all you need to know to get started using a 2-man or 1-man robotic instrument.

Location

Maldron (formerly Bewleys) Hotel

Newlands Cross

Naas Rd.

Dublin 22

 

Date:

Wednesday 15th March 2017

TIME: 9:00 - 5:00

The Instructor

Philip Hanrahan B.E., B.A.  has 35 years of experience in surveying instrument handling:

6 years as a site engineer on civil construction projects, including roads, sewerage schemes, housing developments, industrial buildings.

27 years demonstrating and training users in surveying instruments

2 years lecturer in Engineering Surveying, Trinity College Dublin, including design of the Engineering Surveying module in the Civil Engineering degree course.and approval by Engineers Ireland

Location

Maldron (formerly Bewleys) Hotel

Newlands Cross

Naas Rd.

Dublin 22

 

Date:

Thursday 23rd February 2017

TIME: 9:00 - 5:00

The Instructor

Philip Hanrahan B.E., B.A.  has 35 years of experience in surveying instrument handling:

6 years as a site engineer on civil construction projects, including roads, sewerage schemes, housing developments, industrial buildings.

27 years demonstrating and training users in surveying instruments

2 years lecturer in Engineering Surveying, Trinity College Dublin, including design of the Engineering Surveying module in the Civil Engineering degree course.and approval by Engineers Ireland

 

FEATURES

What you will learn:

How to quickly set up the total station

How to station and orient to a direction and backsight point

Resection/free stationing from known points

Setting out lines and levels for buildings, kerbs, manholes, gullies

Offsetting lines for setting out

 

Preparing a drawing for uploading to the total station

Uploading drawings and points

Sorting problems with uploading and connecting to the total station

 

Surveying lines and features

Prisms and reflectorless surveying

Prism constants and offsets

 

Basic checks on your total station

Ensuring your survey is correct

Co-ordinates systems

Using OSI Planning Packs - Digital & Paper

Adding Contours

Calculating Areas & Volumes

Quality control

Program

9:00 – 9:15          Introduction

9:15 – 11:00        Outdoor surveying – carry out survey of surrounding area

11:00 – 11:15      T-Break

11:15 – 11:30      Downloading the survey, Areas, Volumes, Contours

11:30 – 13:00      Preparing an Autocad drawing for setting out

13:00 – 2:00        Lunch

2:00 – 2:30          Uploading a setting out drawing

2:30 – 3:30          Setting out – set out points in the surrounding area, Freestationing

3:30 - 4:30          Using the OSI planning pack. Prisms & Prism offsets

4:30 – 5:00          Q & A 

Class size

Class size is limited to 9 people

 

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