Deputy Director / School German and Italian speaking Switzerland
French-speaking Switzerland School
Italian-speaking school of Switzerland
Dr. Gerhard Schrotter
Module exams German-speaking Switzerland
Communication and projects
As a technical school in geomatics and measurement we live by the following principles:
Well-trained professionals improve Switzerland as a workplace
As a partner of the professional associations in geomatics, we offer the course to become a geomatics technician with a federal certificate of expertise.
We want to offer a good, varied and inexpensive range of courses for all interested parties.
We see ourselves as a professional training centre for further professional training.
Interested parties should be able to develop constantly
Our service follows the slogan “professionals for professionals”. As a cooperative, all our profits are invested in training and further education.
Modular training course for the federal professional identity card examination
The course for geomatics technicians with a federal certificate is controlled and prescribed by the equal QS-K. The QS-K is integrated into the “Trägerverein Geomatik” (TVG). The members are appointed by the professional associations.
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