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CLGE_European_Surveyor_Today&Tomorrow

  1. 1. CLGE Working for a Profession Jean-Yves Pirlot, CLGE President Pedro J. Ortiz, CLGE Vice-President 5.12.2013 Valencia’s Conference
  2. 2. The European Surveyor, Today and tomorrow Jean-Yves Pirlot, CLGE President Pedro J. Ortiz, CLGE Vice-President 5.12.2013 Valencia’s Conference
  3. 3. Overview • • Short presentation of CLGE Surveyors in Today’s Europe – Reference studies conducted since 1995 – Current developments • Towards a European Surveyor? – The need of regulation and homogenization – The publicly appointed surveyor
  4. 4. Leading Surveyors Association • 36 Member countries • + 3 Observing members • 28 EU Members States • >> 100.000 Surveyors • Requires close cooperation – FIG, YSEN, … – EuroGeographics, PCC – European Bodies – National Associations
  5. 5. One Profession Civil Servants Publicly Appointed Regulated Profession Free Market
  6. 6. CLGE: a definition CLGE is the leading representational body for the Surveying Profession in Europe. - Promotes the Profession in the EU - Fosters its development in the Council of Europe Surveying includes Cadastral Surveying which provides security to land and property title and thus underlies the economic base of western society. Geospatial Information is now ubiquitous in our lives and the Surveyor plays a fundamental role in this field.
  7. 7. CLGE: a definition CLGE is the leading representational body for the Surveying Profession in Europe. - Promotes the Profession in the EU - Fosters its development in the Council of Europe Surveying includes Cadastral Surveying which provides security to land and property title and thus underlies the economic base of western society. Geospatial Information is now ubiquitous in our lives and the Surveyor plays a fundamental role in this field.
  8. 8. CLGE: a definition The individual Surveyors spread over now 36 member states are the final and most important beneficiaries of our activities. CLGE also pursues more general aims such as: - the sustainable development; - public and individual interests European Citizens.
  9. 9. The Executive Board 2012 - 2014
  10. 10. Strategic Goals of CLGE • Take part in the legislative process governing the exercise of the Surveying Profession at the European and national levels; • Influence • Build a Professional image of the European of Surveyor, recognized by the national governments as well as the EU; • • Motivate young surveyors to become associations and hence within CLGE. active within • Visibility their national Renewal • Make sure that the CLGE members are satisfied with the performance of CLGE. • Members Satisfaction
  11. 11. Ways to reach our SG • Proximity – Executive Board – General Assembly – Delegates – National Liaison Groups • Pro-Activity – Engage with European Bodies – Cooperate with sister Organisations • Professionalism – Efficient way to our targets
  12. 12. Strategic Goals of CLGE • Influence; • Visibility; • Renewal; • Members Satisfaction.
  13. 13. European Code of Conduct To improve quality of professional services
  14. 14. www.eureal.eu
  15. 15. euREAL • The European Real Estate Area Label – – – Is integrated in Annex III of the INSPIRE directive Was welcomed by the INSPIRE coordinator as a ‘Visionary Cross Border Tool for Transparency’ The European Commission • • • will ask CEN (the European Normalisation body) to develop a European Norm Based on the CLGE Code has acknowledged CLGE’s willingness to cooperate and to open its newly formed Working Group to this task allows Member States to use their own standard but encourages the use of the CLGE standard as default
  16. 16. Global IPMS Coalition http://ipmsc.org/
  17. 17. Common vision for Cooperation on Cadastre and Land Registry Issues WE – the five international organisations intend to represent common views in front of the European decision makers. Whenever possible, according to our specific aims, we will join forces, in order to have our voices heard, and we will establish close cooperation and coordinate our strategies to assist National Cadastre and Land Registry Institutions / Authorities to provide Europe with effective and secure European land administration processes, data, information and services. We want to enhance our core strengths as Organisations by working closely, minimising duplication of work and overlapping competencies, increase communication amongst us, help and complement each other through our core expertise. In pursuit of these aims, we invite other like-minded organisations to join us in sharing this vision. Therefore, WE – EuroGeographics, PCC, ELRA, EULIS and CLGE, together sign this vision document. Vilnius, Lithuania 23rd of October 2013
  18. 18. Strategic Goals of CLGE • Influence; • Visibility; • Renewal; • Members Satisfaction.
  19. 19. House of the European Surveyor and GeoInformation in Brussels
  20. 20. GSA & CLGE hand in hand
  21. 21. The European Space Expo moves to Budapest
  22. 22. www.BlueParking.eu (GNSS surveys to map P for disabled people)
  23. 23. CheeHai TEO, FIG President
  24. 24. Day Galileo Galilee Surveyor Of the European &GI Day
  25. 25. Budapest Declaration
  26. 26. Series Conferences / Seminars • • • • • • • 1st EU Conference in Strasbourg, France (2008) Seminar Bergen, Norway « the Boundary » (2009) 2nd EU Conference in Bucharest, Romania (2010) Seminar Umeå, Sweden « Geodetic Infrastructure » (2011) 3rd EU Conference in Hanover, Germany (2012) Seminar Chisinau, Moldova « Land Consolidation » (2013) 4th EU Conference in Marbella, Spain (20.3.2014)
  27. 27. Strategic Goals of CLGE • Influence; • Visibility; • Renewal; • Members Satisfaction.
  28. 28. CLGE Students’ Contest & Meeting
  29. 29. Developing a YSEN (FIG YSN)
  30. 30. CLGE Students’ Contest & Meeting YSEN Meeting
  31. 31. Strategic Goals of CLGE • Influence; • Visibility; • Renewal; • Members Satisfaction.
  32. 32. Introduction of WorkShops
  33. 33. GeoInformatics
  34. 34. www.geoinformatics.com/CLGE Twitter: @CLGEPresident and @_CLGE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CLGE.HESGI
  35. 35. Overview • • Short presentation of CLGE Surveyors in Today’s Europe – Reference studies conducted since 1995 – Current developments • Towards a European Surveyor? – The need of regulation and homogenization – The publicly appointed surveyor
  36. 36. Allan Report 1980, 89, 1995
  37. 37. Studies with Eurogeographics
  38. 38. Overview • • Short presentation of CLGE Surveyors in Today’s Europe – Reference studies conducted since 1995 – Current developments • Towards a European Surveyor? – The need of regulation and homogenization – The publicly appointed surveyor
  39. 39. Dynamic Professional Knowledge Base
  40. 40. Aims of the DPKB • • • Explain and promote our profession to the European Bodies Guide the individual Surveyors Information source and decision tool for our Stakeholders and Partners – European institutions – National Organisations (best practices) – PCC, EuroGeographics, …
  41. 41. Structure • • • Comprehensive collection of relevant information about the profession in all CLGE member countries Incorporates existing information after validity check Regularly updated, with permanent quality assessment
  42. 42. Key Elements • • • • • • • National legal framework Fields of activity Professional recognition Public appointment Education programmes Statistical data / economical data Other relevant information
  43. 43. DPKB
  44. 44. DPKB
  45. 45. DPKB
  46. 46. DPKB
  47. 47. DPKB
  48. 48. DPKB
  49. 49. DPKB
  50. 50. DPKB
  51. 51. Overview • • Short presentation of CLGE Surveyors in Today’s Europe – Reference studies conducted since 1995 – Current developments • Towards a European Surveyor? – The need of regulation and homogenization – The publicly appointed surveyor
  52. 52. • 4 PILLARS Civil Servants Publicly Appointed Regulated Profession Free Market
  53. 53. • 4 PILLARS Article 45 Article 51 Prev. 39 Prev. 45 Mutual Recognition Services
  54. 54. • 4 PILLARS Civil Servants Publicly Appointed Regulated Profession Free Market
  55. 55. • 4 PILLARS Civil Servants Publicly Appointed Regulated Profession Free Market
  56. 56. • 4 PILLARS Civil Servants Publicly Appointed Regulated Profession Free Market
  57. 57. Accord Multilateral Code of PQ for Liberal Cadastral Surveyors = BAC+5 + 2T + SE
  58. 58. Overview • • Short presentation of CLGE Surveyors in Today’s Europe – Reference studies conducted since 1995 – Current developments • Towards a European Surveyor? – The need of regulation and homogenization – The publicly appointed surveyor
  59. 59. 2-pronged approach • Regulate and harmonize the profession – Need of a mutually recognized professional qualification level (nationally and EU) – Join our code of Professional Qualifications (letter of intent) – Think about a harmonized education system • Introduce Public appointment – Confer/confirm the “Official Authority” entrusted to the cadastral Surveyor
  60. 60. Conclusion
  61. 61. CLGE Policy • • • • Build a clear and strong image of the European Surveyor and of CLGE Consolidate the Association and give it’s Members clear Added Value Engage with the EU and cooperate in future legislations and programmes Secure the future of our profession – – High level initial studies and CPD Motivate youngsters to choose for the profession and to engage with our associations
  62. 62. Way ahead • Events to come – 4th CLGE Conference of the European Surveyor (Marbella 20.03.2014) – 3rd The Day of the European Surveyor & GI (Marbella 21.03.2014) – Students’ Contest & Meeting (Berlin,7.10. 2014)
  63. 63. Support & Cooperate? Take part in the projects • • Dynamic Professional Knowledge Base Blue Parking.eu
  64. 64. Pedro J. Ortiz, CLGE Vice-President

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