Training & further education

The cadastral surveying system offers a variety of attractive and specialised jobs for people with various levels of education, ranging from surveyors to geodata managers.

Vocations relating to cadastral surveying belong in the field of geomatics, for which there are several options for obtaining the necessary qualifications: apprenticeship, study at a college of technology or university, and subsequent further education courses.

Vocations relating to cadastral surveying belong in the field of geomatics, for which there are several options for obtaining the necessary qualifications.

Surveying apprenticeship

Surveying apprenticeship - a fascinating career for people interested in variety at the workplace.

Surveyor with federal certificate of proficiency – a fascinating career for people interested in variety at the workplace.

Surveying technician

Surveying technician with Federal Certificate of Proficiency – the next step to take after completing a surveying apprenticeship.

Surveyor with federal certificate of proficiency – a fascinating career for people interested in variety at the workplace.

Specialised studies

Studying surveying at a Federal Institute of Technology or university of applied sciences – both options are possible.

Studies in surveying at a Federal Institute of Technology or a university of applied sciences – both options are possible.

Licensed surveyor

Licence for surveyors – key positions for sought-after specialists.

Licensed surveyors have to pass the federal examination for surveyors, after which they become qualified for highly sought-after key positions.

Contact

Geodesy and Federal Directorate of Cadastral Surveying
Cadastral surveying and PLR-cadastre

Telephone +41 58 464 73 03
E-Mail