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Renewal Instructions from the Registration Board of Engineers,
Land Surveyors, and Geologists

Note: Must use Internet Explorer as your browser!

We changed licensing systems.  Please follow the below instructions to renew your license online.


1. If you already have a User ID and Password from the previous renewal, go to www.pals.pa.gov and Login.

2. If you do not have a User ID and Password from the previous renewal, or if you forgot your information, you will need to create a User ID and Password at www.mylicense.pa.gov.  Click the appropriate link under ‘MyLicense User ID and Password Registration” and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your account.  After you have reset your User ID and Password, proceed to our new online system at www.pals.pa.gov and Login.  Please allow 15 minutes for the data to sync to the PALS website.

3.  Using your MyLicense User ID and Password, Login to PALS at www.pals.pa.gov.  Verify and complete the registration information and click “Save Changes” to proceed to your User Dashboard.

4.  To renew your license, look for the banner entitles PROFESSIONAL LICENSE DETAILS.  Click the APPLY/REQUEST icon associated with the license you wish to renew and then “Renew” to access the renewal form.

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Wednesday Webinar 

EDMI Calibration Baselines

Presented by: Frank Lenik, PLS

Date: August 16, 2017 Time: 12:00 PM            CE Credits: 1 PDH

Click here to register

DescriptionMany of the products we purchase by weight or volume are measured out using a certified scale or device. Consider the lunch meat you purchase at the delicatessen, did you notice a seal on the scale? How about when you buy gasoline? Have you noticed the seal on the gas pump? These measuring devices are certified by the state to assure consumers that they are getting exactly what they are paying for.  The measured quantities of weight or volume can be traced back to National Standard units.

It is curious that the single most expensive thing a consumer will ever purchase, their home, can be measured out without any guarantee that the measuring device used to determine the location of their corners or the area of their property meets any measurement standard at all.

Electronic Distance Measuring Instruments (EDMI) are one of the most common measuring tools utilized by land surveyors around the world. In some states, certifying their accuracy is required by law. In many foreign countries this is also required.

This webinar will examine what an EDM Calibration Baseline is and how they may be used to increase your confidence in your measurements.

Fall 2017 State Specific Review Course

PSLS Delaware Valley Chapter

The Pennsylvania State-Specific Principles and Practices of Land Surveying exam includes approximately 30% of its content on Stormwater Management. In order to help competent candidates through this tough requirement, The Delaware Valley Chapter of the PSLS will offer seven (7) classes of approximately two (2) hours every Tuesday starting September 5th 2017 through October 17th 2017. Course materials include a link to the test syllabus, handouts, and sample problems.

The classes will include Storm Water run-off theory, resource material and practice problems. We assume you are registered for the State Exam and are preparing to take the test.

Click here for complete information or to register

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