Applicants must have been a Texas R.P.L.S. for a minimum of 5 years. Refer to the application for further requirements at https://pels.texas.gov/sac
The results of this study will be used to update the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam’s specifications. Further information is available at NCEES.
Section 1001.405 of the Texas Engineering Practice Act protects the use of the terms “engineer” and “engineering” in business names unless it is registered with the Board, employs a professional engineer registered in the State of Texas on a full-time basis, and is actively engaged in the practice of engineering. Before filing paperwork with the Board or the Texas Secretary of State’s office to incorporate a new business with some variation of “engineer” or “engineering” in its name, please Contact TBPELS to confirm the name will be compliant with the requirements of the Texas Engineering Practice Act.
Do you want to assist in the enforcement process? Would you like to earn valuable Continuing Education credits in the process? How about the possibility of being paid for your services? We are currently accepting resumes of Texas Licensed Professional Engineers (PE), Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyors (RPLS), and Licensed State Land Surveyors (LSLS) who are experts in their field. The linked page has further information and instructions to apply. Technical Experts Webpage
This session will review the application requirements and processes for Surveyor-In-Training (SIT) and Registered Professional Land Surveyor (RPLS) applicants.
The Board is offering these free ethics webinars to assist license and registration holders with meeting their ethics requirement.