# Course Tag: Train Anytime

## CST III – General Access

Welcome to General Access, our train anytime library. Review material for the latest CST level III work elements can be found over the following lessons. At this time, study material for both the Field and Office track(s) are co-located. Additional boundary and construction (field) material is in development, tentatively scheduled for a November ’23 release. Read More »

## CST II – General Access

Welcome to our General Access, our train anytime library. Review material for the latest CST level II work elements can be found over the following lessons. At this time, study material for both the Field and Office track(s) are co-located. The intention with these modules is to provide an overview of key topics. You’ll find Read More »

## CST I – General Access

Welcome to General Access, our train anytime library. CST level I is a 200 question multiple choice open-book exam that takes up to four hours to complete. Review material for the latest level I work elements can be found over the following lessons. At the close of each lesson, you’ll find a quiz. If you Read More »

## Surveying Math Made Simple

Welcome to Surveying Math Made Simple, a series created by LearnCST contributor Jim Crume PLS, MS, CFedS, Senior programmer & Author. LearnCST has licensed core portions of the series to guide the freshman student in surveying mathematics or those looking for a “refresher”. For the purposes herein, we’ll guide you through Bearings and Azimuths, Create Rectangular Coordinates, Inverse Read More »

## Math for the Surveyor

Welcome to “Math for the Surveyor”, a primer addressing surveying mathematics fundamentals. In this course, we’ll cover Basic Mathematical Concepts, Trigonometry, Azimuths, Angles and Bearings, Coordinate Geometry or “COGO”, Adjustments, Interpolations, Grades & Slopes, Curves, Areas, The Public Land Survey System and more. The intention of this primer is to help you understand the underlying Read More »

## Open Access Library

Textbooks are a contributing factor in expensive education costs. Publishers encourage authors to continually update texts so new editions appear every few years. Since the book audience is relatively small and physical publishing is expensive, students bear the burden of ever increasing costs. In education, we try to mitigate this by selecting texts which can Read More »