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All Michigan PEs now required to have continuing education
If your license expires on October 31, 2015, you need 15 hours
If your license expires on October 31, 2016, you need 30 hours
Legislation passed in 2013 requires all PEs licensed in Michigan to have 30 hours of instructional course or activity to bring licensees up to date on a particular area of knowledge relevant to a licensee’s area of professional practice.
Courses must have a clear purpose and objective that will maintain, improve or expand the skills and knowledge relevant to the licensee’s area of professional practice. Continuing education may be obtained by distance learning through online courses.
Licensee’s must certify completion of continuing education prior to renewing the license and may be required to submit evidence of fulfillment by the department.
Engineer Educators has been providing continuing education that fulfills those requirements since 2001.
Click on Courses Offered to read course text and test in full before buying. All courses are offered on line or by correspondence (meaning we will mail the hard copy text and test to you at no extra cost).
All four hour courses are only $74.95 each and one hour courses $24.95 each.
For more information call Dennis Barton at 850-224-0500 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention Florida PEs
Legislation promoted by the Florida Engineering Society and passed in 2014 increases and substantially changes the continuing education requirements for Florida PE s.
Beginning with the February 28, 2017 renewal all Florida PEs will be required to complete 18 hours of continuing education.
Of the 18 hours:
- One hour must relate to chapter 471 and the rules adopted by the Board
- One hour must relate to professional ethics.
- Four hours must relate to the licensee’s area of practice.
- The remaining 12 hours may relate to any topic pertinent to the practice of engineering.
The FBPE is currently in the rule making process to establish what will be required in the one hour Law and Rules course and the one hour Ethics course. Until the rules become adopted no Law and Rules course or Ethics course is available. We will have them available to take as soon as the rules are adopted and the courses have been approved by the FBPE.
The Area of Practice courses, defined by existing FBPE rule requires courses to be on engineering disciplines tested by NCEES, and are available to be taken now, as are courses pertinent to the practice of engineering.
If you are a Florida PE designing buildings, structures or systems covered by the Florida Building Code there is no change in the statutory requirement for continuing education on the Florida Building Code in the form of a an advanced or specialized course on the portion of the code applicable to the licensee’s area of practice. Courses on the code can count as an area of practice or as a topic pertinent to the practice of engineering.
Engineer Educators has two four-hour advanced courses on Chapter 16, Building Structural Design and Chapter 9, Fire Protection Systems as well as a one-hour course on Chapter 3, Plumbing. These courses have been approved by the Florida Building Commission and will satisfy requirements under Ch. 471.0195, F.S. Completions of these courses will be reported to the FBPE for posting to allow jurisdictions to evaluate licensee status under that chapter.
Why should I use Engineer Educators for my continuing education?
Engineer Educators is owned and operated by a former Chairman and a former Executive Director of a state board of professional engineers. We provide continuing education courses only to professional engineers and that is all we do. When you contact Engineer Educators your call or email will be answered by the owners. Courses offered by Engineer Educators are accepted for credit in all jurisdictions except New York.
How much does it cost?
Engineer Educators offers all of its continuing education courses online and is one of a very few providers that will provide courses by correspondence to those engineers who prefer to read and work with hard copy. Below is our pricing system that allows engineers to purchase high quality continuing education that can be taken on line or by correspondence for the same low price. All courses can be taken on line or by correspondence for the same low price.
1-hour courses are $24.95
4-hour courses are $74.95