Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Continuing Education or PDH is known as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Florida
|No of PDH hours required||18 PDH (2017-2019)|
|Renewal period||Biennial by February 28 of odd years|
|Provider approval||Course providers must be pre-approved by the Florida Board of engineers. (We are a pre-approved provider in Ethics, Rules and Laws, and the Areas of Practice, we are listed under Failure & Damage Analysis, Inc. Provider #0003758) |
Florida Board of Engineers course number 0010298 Ethics
Florida Board of Engineers course number 0010297 Laws and Rules
|Course content approval||All professional engineers licensed in Florida are required to obtain a total of 18 continuing education (CE) course hours every two years in order to renew their licenses.|
Of the 18 hours, one hour must relate to the Florida laws and rules of professional engineers, one hour must relate to Florida professional ethics, and four hours must relate to area of practice. The remaining 12 hours may be related to any topic pertinent to the practice of engineering.
|No of PDH hours carry over next year||PDHs cannot be carried over to the next renewal period|
|Online courses||Accepted, there is no limit in taking online courses|
DiscountPDH credits have been accepted by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, as well as all other U.S. state boards that require continuing education for P.E. engineers. Our PDH courses or webinars never rejected by a state licensing board.